La Corona Aparthotel

J De La Reza 433, Cochabamba, Bolivia, 0, BO
La Corona Aparthotel
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by Torrico


I want to travel to Cochabamba in the beginning of 2005. Can anybody tell me about the security-situation?


Re: Situation

by veronicaini

Hello. What do you mean with Security situation? If you going to the City you are very find, if you going to the city bad places in Cochabamba, dont use any jewlery kids on the streets can pull your neckless ( just color gold) regaless your NECK or ears and Pain, and run with your gold or fake neckless.
If you going to country side... depends where?! you may need a vacunation. against fiber..many illness. just asked before you go.
GOod luck enjoy my country, and emailme if you have anyquestion

Travel Tips for Cochabamba

In the middle of everywhere

by chancay

Cochabamba is a beuatiful bolivian town you have to pass on your way to almost all the other interesting places in Bolivia. It´s on the way from la Paz to Santa Cruz, from Santa Cruz to Potosi, to Uyuni, Sucre and so on.
The valley of Cochabamba is also called the spring valley, you´ve got always a clima not too hot and not too cold. I lived 4 month in Cochabamba, met a lot of people, bolivians and as well tourists from all over the world. I didn´t have any boring day, there´s a lot to see, a lot posibilities of sports, nice bars and restaurants and very friendly people.

Milk in Bags, Fruit and gum that doesn't last

by JimmyShowtime

OK fellow travelers, you want milk? You will find that it only comes in bags. Two sizes, personal, and 4 tall glasses. Milk here is made by PIL, and they have various flavors to try. I personally use Leche Light (reduced fat milk). It has a good taste. Is it hormone free, I dunno? But at 80 US cents a bag it costs more than in the states. booo... This is especially poor since there is no real supplement store for bodybuilders, so you have to rely on drinking sh*t tons of milk to get your protein in. I usually go to the supermarket around 4 times a week, buying 3 to 4 bags at a time.
When at the grocery store you will see Gum at the check out line. Beldament is the most prevalent. But... It is the only gum that lasts two blocks. You put a piece in... start chewing.. and two blocks later your chewing flavorless gum.. There is no Extra here folks, all the gum lasts from two blocks to 4 minutes max.. Go for Orbit for longer lasting gum.
Oh.. Fruit.. Fruit here is the real score.. Its so good and dirt cheap but.. don't expect perfect looking fruit. Most of the Apples, Oranges, Citrus, and banana's look like sh*t but taste fantastic! Its way cheaper than in the States, and if you go to the weekend Markets; which are everywhere in Cochabamba you can really score some amazing deals. Just got with a native bolivian so you don't get gassed in price. The "gringo" factor is in full effect here, you either get Ethical service, or you get Gassed.. Don't get gassed by taking a native with you and then you will know the price and you can say... no.. it costs this much, i'll give you this much, if not..*** off because there are tons of fruit stands around.

In a Land Far, Far Away

by merth2erth

Right after college, I lived in Cochabamba for about 11 months. I was there as a missionary, working at Carachipampa Christian School (CCS). CCS is a private, English-speaking school for both foreigners and Bolivians.

Cochabamba -- what an incredible city! I loved the time that I spent there. I loved waking up every morning to look at the beautiful Andes Mountains. I love the open-air markets that were everywhere...especially the Saturday morning market on Avenido America.

A part of my heart will always be with the town and the wonderful people I met In Cochabamba.


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