Laguna Volcan Golf Eco Resort
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... the heavens opened into a four day biblical storm (apparently this never happens)
We resolved to stay in and put the world to rights until we got cabin fever.
Santa Cruz is, guess what, a colonial town. It's also the biggest city in Bolivia apparently. We didn't see a lot but we did adopt two dogs, had lovely neighbours and saw a sloth in the ...
... but significantly cheaper than Brazil. We arrived at our hostel from the airport, spotting an apparently wild emu (we think) along the way, and discovered that, though the hotel claimed to have air conditioning and this was part of our room deal, it did not in fact have air conditioning. And it was baking. About 34 degrees, this was possibly one of the hottest places we'd been to (or so it felt). The hostel also claimed to have both spanish and ...
... cake entry to smash my passport a paper stamp. For the Canadians tourist visa fee, no charge stay here free up to thirty days If stay one more or later charge $35 per nightly.
me not intent plan to stay longer more than 30 days.
There are certainly different cultures in Paraguay and Bolivia.
Paraguay, best for the women asses!
Bolivia, oddly. I think their country is a true heritage of Indians. I will find out to research about ...
... for tomorrow night. It was only $b50 for 10 hours so not to sure what kind of bus we will be getting..? The bus leaves at 7.30pm so we arrive in at some stupid time.. :) we didn't want to walk back so instead got a taxi back to the main plaza. We decided to try and do some more shopping but we were getting much inspiration, so we decided to stop ...
... under 25s entertained with an 80s pope rock set.
After a slightly later start than planned me and Edgar, a half Mexican, half American guy who lived in Chile, took a taxi to the meeting point for the 'Micro' to Samaipata. In Bolivia a Micro is any public transport vehicle smaller than a minibus. So, when the guys in the office told us we'd need five people before we could leave I figured we'd be travelling in a people carrier. It was only took ten minutes ...