Senses Boutique Hotel
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Santa Cruz is only a short 1/2 hour flight away from Sucre but if feels like you're in a totally different country. It's approximately 500 meters above sea level and has a real Mediterranean feel about it, it reminds me more of Spain than any of the other places we have visited. Like all Bolivian towns and city's that we have seen the centre is a …
... Bolivia to have a right-hand drive car. Thus, it's been converted. The steering wheel and column ripped out and fitted to the former passengers side of the car. the driver can't see the speedo, not that he cares I'm sure, and we frequently have to remind him to turn off his indicators. I suppose we should be thankful he's using indicators at all. He doesn't look like much of a dude but he clearly is, as he's filled the gaping whole that used to be the steering ...
... Bolivia, and that was all it took to turn us back into our old selves.
As for Cochabamba. The name is more exciting than the city. One thing that commends it is its raw reality. This is a functional Bolivian city devoid of any major tourist attractions or tourists for that matter. The plaza is pretty, the restaurants are decent and the climate is pleasant. All in all a good place to spend two days doing nothing.
Santa Cruz and Samaipata
... Just getting to the small town of Toyata roughly half an hour before Sucre showed the beautiful architecture, as we got a feeling of Tuscan villas built into hilly areas overlooking the valleys and bathing in the sun. So getting to Sucre proved everyone that had been raving about the city right. We were blown away by the beauty and the warmth and quickly decided that we were also going to stay longer than initially anticipated and planned. Stephi and Sven checked into a ...
... lunch instead, so the only restaurants that are open are full of gringos. Our food came and Chris's came on a huge bed of lettuce, which we have been told not to eat and didn't, and his mash potato was really runny so he was most unimpressed. On the way home his stomach started doing turns, and after finishing our homework it was in full swing. Day three started early for Chris, yes in the bathroom, but at least there was no vomiting. Today was Saturday so we had ...