Gina's Hostal

Address: Calle Mexico No. 346 entre calle Espana y calle 25 de mayo, Cochabamba, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle Mexico No. 346 entre calle Espana y calle 25 de mayo, Cochabamba, is near Palacio Portales, Valle Alto, and Museo Arqueologico de la Universidad.
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Travel Blogs from Cochabamba

I say Cocha. You say....?

A travel blog entry by klartman on Jul 30, 2014

14 photos

... back in and we reverse out of of the roundabout across the oncoming traffic and both pull up in a lay-bye to have another argument. This lasts a couple of minutes and we turn around and start driving a route which I assume must be an alternative route to Tiquipaya, all the while being followed by the offending Trufi. For a third time we pull up and the drivers get out and argue. This time the passengers in the Trufi, who presumably are going to be very late ...

Parque de Toro Toro

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Jun 17, 2014

3 comments, 32 photos

... a massive cave that was just like a cathedral and to our surprise a panpipe appeared from Jesus's bag, the acoustics were phenomenal. Every now and then a small chinchilla like we saw in the Salar de Uyuni would jump out from behind a rock and run away. At the end of our walk we sat and watch a lady herding her goats and sheep while we ate our packed lunch. The guys from the restaurant had made us a tasty lunch of chicken, potato, tomato and corn, and after walking around in ...

Parque National Torotoro

A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jun 17, 2014

32 photos

... our body weight, jumping and sliding on our toes we made it to the bottom and into a series of caverns complete with stalactites and stalagmites, we even got to see some black stalactites growing from the ceiling in one of the caverns. More climbing, crawling and sliding on our stomached later we found a couple of dead bats and some stalactites and stalagmites to photograph, we sat in the dark for a while listening to the sheer silence of it all, you couldn't even see ...

Parque Machia

A travel blog entry by littleal on Apr 28, 2014

38 photos

... thing that made it tough, there are cliffs, streams, all sorts to deal with, things that you think are safe to grab hold of/stand on sonetimes collapse (including rocks and trees) trees sometimes have spikes that look like needles, and although we are given a mobile phone for safety it's not easy being in the jungle with no clue where you are. Tigre is also a wild cat and attacked me on occasion. although ocelots are only 2-3 times the size of house ...


A travel blog entry by upontheroof on Mar 06, 2014

5 comments, 53 photos

... we keep the car windows closed to avoid a drenching!

Both the Andrade and Unzueta families have tirelessly continued to extend to us their warm-hearted hospitality. We have been welcomed into their homes, where we have met extended family and friends and enjoyed much fun and laughter together; we have been taken on days out to explore more of the countryside; we have received gifts for Carnaval; and our endless questions about ...