Royal Lodge Hotel
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... under 25s entertained with an 80s pope rock set.
After a slightly later start than planned me and Edgar, a half Mexican, half American guy who lived in Chile, took a taxi to the meeting point for the 'Micro' to Samaipata. In Bolivia a Micro is any public transport vehicle smaller than a minibus. So, when the guys in the office told us we'd need five people before we could leave I figured we'd be travelling in a people carrier. It was only took ten minutes ...
... out of their seats, Tubbz also got up, torch in hand, and went off to investigate. I sat with the remainder of the locals guarding our bags and, when it was safe, I stepped off the bus and into the darkness. I crept around to the front of the bus and shone my little pocket torch... to my surprise, a huge hole sat where the engine should have been. We'd hit a horse!
The good news was that no one was hurt (save for the horse who was killed instantly) ...
... into a room earlier as I’m here now due to an early flight. I’m tired and ill. I really want to lie down for a bit before going out sightseeing.
It took awhile, but finally he seemed to comprehend what I was saying. He asked me to sit down in the lobby (which is open-air). He came a few minutes later and indicated a room should be ready in 20 minutes. Excellent.
I walked into Room 26 at 9:40 a.m. I was confused because the key he ...
... days as its been pretty intense travelling long distances. The hostel was nice not as busy as we had expected as it said it our guide book it was a party hostel. We chilled around the pool until we were able to check in at 12. The hotel was really well organised, very clean and the rooms were spacious each with an ensuit. After we had checked in we went for a walk into town, it was about a half an hour walk but the sun was out so ...
... was barely a scratch on me. We take the 5 minute walk from where the bus is stationed to gain our exit stamps. While we all wait outside the centre, I ask the gentleman if there´s a toilet here. He smiles and points to a bush about 5 metres away.I politely thank him but decide on finding a spot a little more secluded.
After a 40 minute stop, we make our way into the darkness once more. The blurred lines of the Paraguay-Bolivia border are sharepend only when you hit dirt ...