San Marino Royal Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- 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 …
... home. As we would like to apply for a 12 month australian tourist visa (I told him I want to live in Australia for a few years) we need to have proof of funds - around $20,000!!! So each of us will return to our respective countries (him, Ecuador) to start working and saving money. If he has enough money, he will meet me in Mexico, but we're not that hopeful as tickets around around $US700 return to Mexico from Ecuador.
tomorrow me, Pete, Gwen ...
... of the day. What we received was truly delicious and very filling. On the way back to the hostel, we came across some local music being played in a hall, so stopped and listened to that for a little while.
On Friday 20th, we set off for the Parque Cretacico. This is a place where dinosaur footprints have been fossilised, over 5000 of them! The footprints were left by a few different kinds of dinosaur, on a muddy bed by a lake, hundreds of millions of ...
... but I said if call her after my nap but she wasn't feeling too great either. Napped for about 2.5 hours then spoke to mum, spoke to kath for ages which was nice and then worked out my finances - eek spent so much more than thought - over £7000! Then went out for a walk, picked up laundry and looked for somewhere to have some food. Luckily colour hadn't run from sports bra. Looked for ages for something not too pricey and had pizza in ...
We successfully met up with Ewan in Santa Cruz and laughed when we discovered he had paid the taxi driver US$50 to take him from the airport to our grotty hotel. The journey costs around £7 so it didn't take him long to get ripped off. At least the taxi driver and his family will have a decent Christmas as a result. We had until the 20th December to make it to Uyuni in the south west corner of Bolivia, in order to catch the last 3 day Salar de Uyuni trip before Christmas. After ...