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A Travel Blog entry by bjerring from Ángel Sandoval, Santa Cruz, Bolivia
Jeg fik den tossede idé at gøre noget helt anderledes. Så jeg købte en togbillet fra SC til Quijarro, der ligger ved den brasilianske grænse. Det er en tur på ca. 16 timer hver vej. Manden i billetsalget spurgte mig utallige ...
A Travel Blog entry by steviesteveo from Quijarro, Bolivia
... of Slop!, a Jackie Chan movie dubbed into Americano with Spanish subtitles and a room with no windows for 24 Bolivianos? Quijarro. I expect this experience will be good preperation should I get kidnapped along the way during my travels in the ...
A Travel Blog entry by phil-marie2010 from Puerto Quijarro, Santa Cruz, Bolivia
... the Police didn't tell them why. We later found out that there was a transport strike that day in the tiny dusty town of Quijarro and all the roads were blocked by taxis and lorry's. We waited patiently asking the Police what was going on. They said they ...
A Travel Blog entry by tom_hollie_2010 from Puerto Quijarro, Santa Cruz, Bolivia
... to arrive in Campo Grande for another 3 days we hadn't looked up any bus times or whether we could even get to Campo Grande from Quijarro. But as there was no other option we waited until 2pm and took a local bus to the coach station. Luckily there was a ...
A Travel Blog entry by kctmapg from Estancia Quijarro, Santa Cruz, Bolivia
... we were very surprised that we could feel the difference of the two countries right at the border. The people in Puerto Quijarro looked totally different than in Brazil. The Bolivians were very beautiful as they were very native Indian looking. The girls ...
A Travel Blog entry by vicky193 from Quijarro, Bolivia
... sleeping bag. I think the word to describe it is "exhilerating". Getting into Bolivia was fine, but getting out of the town of Quijarro was more difficult than I expected. I thought I'd be able to get on the overnight train to Santa Cruz, but there were ...
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We arrived late in Puerto Quijarro right on the other site of the Brazilian-Bolivian frontier. We checked in a hotel and walked along the streets. Right from the beginning I like Bolivia a lot, it seemed happier and the people on the streets as well, ...
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At one time a mint that converted mined silver into coins, this comprehensive museum houses 20 galleries that cover everything in Potosi's history, from Bolivian weapons to archaeology and, of course, the minting process.