San Marino Royal Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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Travel in Bolivia is full of unique challenges and one that was rumoured to be in play while we were here was roadblocks related to striking teachers, transportation workers, farmers, etc. Miners were the scariest group since they chewed copious amounts of coco leaves in order to remain stoned to cope with the poor working conditions in Bolivian …
... including on a couple of the girls from my hostel but he backed off and gave me a complementary hi-5 when I said they were both my girlfriends and he slid off into the ether to sleaze another day all, all in the 45 min before the shotgun toting Police came to break up the party, all in all rather interesting.
Overall I have been a pretty ****** tourist and haven't seen much of note so hopefully if homework allows I can have an explore this week, but that's it for now.
... filled in with sediment and became rocks. Due to the tectonic plate activity the lake has disappeared and the lake sure has been bent into the air so the footprints make it look like the dinosaurs are all spider dinosaurs with magic powers.
The park itself is fairly standard with life size models of T-Rex and other dinosaurs but it’s when you do the tour that they really come ...
... main man andos (a class) hill!! Gutted to not be altogether with the boys for this one, however I'm sure they'll be celebrating it in style in Buenos Aires!! Today we leave to santacruz on an overnight bus, meeting with dimitri to celebrate the big 22 this Saturday.. Can't wait. Sucre has been a bloody good time! The lads and ladesses we've met, the great chat, the quotes recited, the roof top bangers lit, and how can we ...
... br> Museums aside the temperature is very pleasant at 25 and the Plaza de Mayo is perfect for whiling away a few hours in the sun, book in hand. Similarly the town has an relaxed ambiance and fine array of colonial buildings, but more than two days here would not be necessary.
Overall I am not completely sure what to make of Bolivia. On the one hand it is very cheap, the buses are generally good, the scenery is rugged ...