Royal Lodge Hotel

Av San Martin 200, Santa Cruz, 1309, Bolivia | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz de la Sierra

A travel blog entry by lewnwdc

46

... arrived yesterday for a six-month trip that will include two months of teaching English in Bolivia.

Returned to my hotel room at 8:50, then popped next door for some ice cream. Online until 10:24. Used the bizarre shower contraption and packed, my day in Santa Cruz complete.

My taxi departed at 11:05 and pulled up to the airport terminal 23 minutes later. The fare was Bs. 60 ($8.68).

This completes my Bolivia travel blog. Thanks for reading!
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Going back in time to Bolivia

A travel blog entry by humpooper

10

... The tv on in the diner started showing a documentary about the Mennonites and Adam and I started to feel awkward. This could go very badly, but they didn't seem to bother with it much, though none of the many diners cracked a smile the entire time. Apparently they speak low German or Russian and Spanish is their 2nd language and come from the communities in Canada and Mexico. I presume their heritage is German based on their looks. I have included some pictures ...

Welcome to Bolivia (Part 2)

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka

1

... what the tour company intended me not to see or there aren't as many as the documentary stated in 2004 which was 800 children. My general experience was that it was so dusty. I could taste it for the rest of the day in my mouth, smell it in my hair/hands/clothes, it's gross. We even had protective clothing on which was the fun bit because I got to dress up. However what I didn't like was being paraded around town when buying 'gifts' for the miners which was juice and coca leaves. Bit ...

Welcome to Bolivia (Part 2:extra) Posted wrong one

A travel blog entry by sabrinechka

... back to Uyuni. The Koreans were lovely and got talking to them over lunch asking them questions about South Korea since it is a potential place I might go teach in. They even told me this story of how the Korean guy got mugged in Argentina by that technique the muggers use of squirting some sauce on you. I thought it was a myth! Later I got asked to be in a photo, which apparently my trampy look, looks appealing because I got asked again by some Bolivians. While I was waiting for my bus ...

Last Days In The Andes

A travel blog entry by cladd

6

... highest of the entire trip, and we were both sleeping at over 4000 metres for the first time. We had most of the next day to explore the town before heading lower down to Sucre, Bolivia's constitutional capital.

We both found that Potosi's tragic history starkly contrasted with its beautiful colonial centre; strolling its pretty streets it was hard to believe that hundreds of thousands of slaves had come here to work and die in its mines. In the 16th century, Cerro ...

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This 4 star hotel is located on Av San Martin 200, Santa Cruz.
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