Los Tajibos Hotel & Convention Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsLos Tajibos Hotel & Convention Center Santa Cruz
Very nice hotel. We had an overnight stay between flights, so didn't have opportunity to sample the facilities or service, but grounds were very attractive with peacocks roaming round and the breakfast was great.
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This was just an overnight stay but because Monica was ill we spent the evening searching for a pharmacy. Found one and managed to get antibiotics across the counter. Recognized the medicine so felt fairly comfortable. Whatever it was it done the trick.
As we arrived at our next town we realized we left Monica's coat in the wardrobe, it …
18 meetings over 3 days to kick off out LatAm pilot.
... lot of interesting experiences. The problem is that in Santa Cruz we are so busy that I don't have the time to update my blog and in the days after I get quite sick and don't feel like writing although there is so much to write about. The meeting over a lovely dinner in La Suisse, with Sylvia and Karina, the women we met in San Jose, who took us for a tour along the areas where they had lived when Santa Cruz was a lot smaller. Again they impressed ...
... taken 20 hours which we know in Bolivian time would have been longer! And it only cost us $65 CAD. We arrived in Santa Cruz on a Sunday morning. Which is apparently the wrong time to be in Santa Cruz. Although Santa Cruz is the second largest city in Bolivia, nothing was open. It was a ghost town. We spent an hour walking around the ghost town trying to find a place to stay. Apparently there are two accommodation options in Santa Cruz: ridiculously cheap and not worth the money ...
This blog entry is about money. I've been travelling for just over 6 months now, and I've started to view money very differently than I did back home. For a start, I thought that the amount that I'd saved for this trip would last me an absolute maximum of 6 months. I quickly came to realise that it would stretch at least double that amount. There's quite a steep financial learning curve involved in backpacking. You soon realise that the cheap hostels are better than the expensive ...