Los Parrales

Urbanizacion El Carmen de Aranjuez Km. 3,5, Tarija, Bolivia | Hotel
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Tarija, Bolivia 31st Jan - 3rd Feb

A travel blog entry by fae-neilvsworld

This is a top pick!

... to spend some time here.


The bus ride there was crazy. We left at about 9pm and were due to get there at about 7am. We got settled in for the night and had our sleeping pill to help us sleep through the night....then we got awoken at about 12pm by the bus stopping and everyone got asked to get off. It was pitch black and it was also raining.

We realised it has stopped due to ...

The home of 'fine' Bolivian wine...

A travel blog entry by wildkriv


... industrial' in the heart of El Valle de la Concepcion, home to the world's highest wines and singani (the distilled grape spirit). We were welcomed into 'Campos de Solana,' one of the major Bolivian wineries whose bottles we find in the supermarket in Sucre. Once again no typical wine tasting experience was available - if you wanted to taste, you had to buy the bottle! However, we were given wine glasses and enjoyed the ...

Bolivia here I come!!

A travel blog entry by cailintaisteal


So rush decision to leave but turns out to be good one meet Emily in bus station and we're both going same way and then lovely Bolivian man on bus who sits besides me introduces me to Sara as he was chatting to us both and thinks as we are travelling alone we should stick together so at 4am at Argentinian Bolivian border it's decided Emily Sara and I will do salt flats together and the to make things better they ...

The simple things in life.

A travel blog entry by philipanderson


... Liz and myself to frequent Vicky´s salteña cafe each morning for breakfast in Tarija. I´ve mentioned these beauties in a past blog with excitement, but I feel the need to provide more of an explanation. Imagine taking a heaped spoonful of your Gran´s chicken broth, or some sort of similar thick soup like substance that is FULL of flavor. You can taste the chicken has been cooked in it and all the flavor has seeped into ...

Standing in front of a moving bus!

A travel blog entry by philipanderson


... I reach the check in desk and before me sits my rucksack. After a quick curse at the boarding assistant - who was so certain it wasn´t there - I sprint back to the bus to find Liz stood in front of the bus now, and Nick trying to delay an angry bus conductor.
I´m not sure whether I heard a muttered apology or not, but no language is needed to convey the obvious! And so we board the bus and endure the uncomfortable, freezing cold journey to Tarija. Today, we laugh.


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