Laguna Volcan Golf Eco Resort

Bermejo town, Bermejo, Santa Cruz Department, Bolivia | Resort
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This resort is located on Bermejo town, Bermejo.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

    Travel Blogs from Bermejo

    Santa Cruz

    A travel blog entry by longwayround21 on Jul 02, 2014

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    ... protests. So the lovely cheap buses we were looking forward to saving money on are moot, as we have to fly out anyway. Okay. Lots if time wasted researching and at the ticket office booking the tickets. Next stumbling block, the town we were to visit for a day or two only three hours away is also inaccessible. A different(?) or related(?) or unrelated(?) protest blocks that road also. More time spent in the ticket office, moving our flight ...

    Santa Cruz

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jun 19, 2014

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    ... lunch and see what World Cup game was on. We watched the game, had some beers, cake and of course lunch. We wandered through a bit of a kids fair, complete with fairy floss, jumping castles and merry go rounds that were hand pushed. Funny but cool. When Nicky arrived later in the evening we went out for dinner, to a local place and had some of the best milanessa's we've had since Argentina and some homemade lemonade well worth mentioning. The next day was also spent eating and catching ...

    Back to the jungle

    A travel blog entry by meggles on Nov 20, 2013

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    ... worth booking a hostel. Unfortuately when I arrived at the bus station at 6.30 I was told no buses were leaving until midday because of a 'cyclone'. This worried me a bit - what if the roads were not passable, what if the cyclone had hit villa tunari etc. But no once I got on my bus and got to the park 6 hours later I found out that this cyclone was in fact a car race. I was greeted by several of the longer term volunteers running at me screaming and before I could say hello ...

    Welcome to Bolivia (Part 2)

    A travel blog entry by sabrinechka on Nov 18, 2013

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    ... was plausible and muggings happen all the time). I read that Koala Den was decent from my Rough Guides so we decided to check that out first since it was a regular backpacker hang out. When we got there we found that there was no room however if we walk down the street into a dodgy ally you will find the extension of the hostel ha. So yeah the accommodation was very basic but the breakfast was really good! There were also lots of Frenchies staying at the hostel volunteering with ...

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

    A travel blog entry by sabrinechka on Nov 17, 2013

    ... red. Instead what I thought was stomach related, was also the beginnings of a cold and dehydration. So I got prescribed more meds. The doctor was so nice though, we spent maybe 30mins in there asking what we can eat and can't eat either with our limited spanish or through his phone on google translate. Bolivia has not ended well, constantly feeling sick or trying to find the next toilet boo. Oh well. That evening we watched the film documentary called The Devil's Mine (Minero del ...