Apart Hotel Regina

c. Espana Nro. 636 entre Reza y La Paz (Central), Cochabamba, Bolivia | Hotel
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Parque National Torotoro

A travel blog entry by kerriegee


Getting up early we (Vicki, Chris, Lauren and I) went for breakfast at the market in Cochabamba. Ensalada de frutas, con yogurt y cereales (fruit salad with yogurt and oats). It was really tasty and massive. All the fruit stuff here is massive, case in point the ice cream fruit salad from the other day. We excitedly waited for our driver and tour guide to turn up. The plan is to head to Torotoro national park to see dinosaur footprints, fossils, a waterfall, red faced macaws and ...


A travel blog entry by kerriegee


... one else around. Makes you appreciate our 'normal' way of life. Finally getting glimpses of the Bolivian poverty everyone keeps going on about. They still all have shoes... On our way to lunch we stopped by the hostel to see if any of the tour companies we had emailed about Torotoro National Park had emailed us back, but none of them had. We were beginning to get worried that we would not be able to do anything in Bolivia except city hop our way through. Anyway we decided to go and ...

An Oasis

A travel blog entry by pinklady27


... slid by, but no, they didn't, and when asked they wouldn't! Noting that none of the other passengers had bottles of water we began to wonder if dehydration was just all part of the traveling experience in these parts. Then as the bus paused briefly, Rhianwyn saw her chance and sprinted to a public toilet, to the consternation of the driver, who began to pull off as she ran back, opening the door for her to leap on as ...


A travel blog entry by upontheroof


... and on each of the landings.

On the final day of Carnaval, the ceremony of challa, another ritual for Pachamama, is carried out. The ritual includes decorating one’s house, business premises, motor vehicle or motorbike with coloured streamers and balloons and sprinkling alcohol, daisy petals and sweets all around it. Firecrackers are set off to chase away bad spirits and water is poured on the ground, in libation to Mother Earth. ...

What a difference a day makes!

A travel blog entry by upontheroof


... of Bolivia, where we were lucky enough to walk into a free concert of operatic excerpts. Yesterday we met Mauricio’s mother, who gave us some fascinating insights into the culture and politics of Bolivia. We took a taxi to a hill above the town, on which sits the Cristo de la Concordia (Christ of the Peace) monument, which is larger and heavier than the more famous Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer) statue at Corcovado in Rio de Janeiro. We strolled through the chaos of ...


This hotel, located on c. Espana Nro. 636 entre Reza y La Paz (Central), Cochabamba, is near Palacio Portales, Museo Arqueologico de la Universidad, and Valle Alto.
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