Santa Rosa de la Mina

Address: Carretera a San Xavier Km. 189, Santa Cruz, Bolivia | Resort
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This resort is located on Carretera a San Xavier Km. 189, Santa Cruz.
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      Potosi/Sucre/Santa Cruz, Bolivia

      A travel blog entry by slaw on Nov 23, 2014

      51 photos

      ... little colourful devils. After Mark and I walked around town for a while we ended up back at the hostel to make use of the courtyard hammocks and get some much needed relaxation into this 'vacation' (travelling is so not a vacation!). So we grabbed our books and our iPods and settled into the hammocks. I barely had time to get settled when devil number 1 came hopping over and started chewing on my flipflops which were right under my hammock (which was far too low to the ground ...

      Arrival day In SUCRE, discovering CONDOR, etc

      A travel blog entry by bertilemmes on Oct 13, 2014

      9 photos

      ... with the difference that some people, including Mario and his family, were traveling with a "mountain" of luggage, packed in those red-white-blue plastic sacs, and needed family assistance to recover everything.

      By a mere coincidence, Mario was missing 2 bags from the 13, and I missed one suitcase! How was this possible. We were the first ones to check in for that flight in Santa Cruz! So how could there be a mix-up. But there it was! "No worry" said a young ...

      Tou-can do it!

      A travel blog entry by samandmegan on Aug 08, 2014

      4 photos

      ... jobs (the real world is quickly looming down on us!), but we did visit the main square, which is really nice and has a unusual catherdral made from brick which I pretty much fell in love
      with. I managed to pry myself away from the hammock in order to climb the bell tower; it was a pretty view, but also full of canoodling teenage couples. We also went out for
      a delicious dinner, which was a relief because the waitress spoke no English ...

      Santa Cruz

      A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jun 19, 2014

      10 photos

      ... the last 6 months. We had some great ice cream from a local kids restaurant, who will be closing it's doors unless they pay their taxes. Pretty funny but that's Bolivia. The night was rough going because our dorm room had a sleep talker, a sleep cryer, a coughed and a drunk couple who decided to do it under my bunk. It was a real class affaire too. He could be heard telling her 'I can't hear you, just lay there and enjoy it.' Needless to say he copped a lot of **** the next morning ...

      Copacabana but not the beach...yet

      A travel blog entry by p.albin on Jun 07, 2014

      ... to buy gifts for the miners including coca leaves (chewed by locals for generations- amongst its uses used to repress hunger whilst in the mines), drinks and sticks of dynamite! I left the dynamite alone but bought some coca leaves and drinks for the miners.

      The next few hours was fascinating (if a little sore on the back) as we crouched and climbed our way through the mines learning about the history of the mines, traditions of the miners and ...