Aside from El Centro, Santa...
Aside from El Centro, Santa Cruz is a modern city with a lot of green everywhere.
One of the cool places to go outside of the Centro is the area around Avenida Monseñor Rivero between the Cristo monument and the palace of justice (building in the picture). On this boulevard there are plenty of cafes, restaurants and ice-cream shops (even a McDonalds).
Holy Cross of the Saw, the progressive city of Bol
"Holy Cross of the Saw, the progressive city of Bol"
Is the capital city of the department of holy cross. It is the largest city and populated of Bolivia, and is also respected the commercial capital of said country. It is situated to the east of the
country, on the banks of the river Pirai. Spaniard is the official language of Bolivia, nevertheless being an ethnic so much so diverse country as culturally, other languages they exist and various
dialects spoken along all the country. The official currency is the Bolivian.arrive in ace from bs bus, of the terminal of Liniers, me transportation in the bus Arrow business, the trip knew that was going
to be long, some 36 hours. I left a day Tuesday and Thursday arrive, in the morning, in conclusion the hard trip some 48 hs. That is to say when descend of the bus, neither wise as called me. There were
various mishaps on the road, like an accident in the route, that I delay us 4 hours, on top went at night. Then in the borders, that there we should await other 3 hours. Seated in the bus, since of the
two sides, so much the Argentine as the Bolivian, they delay a lot. And finally the storm that I touch us of the Bolivian side, itself not the road was seen. There was that to walk with care, when arrive
to the terminal polimodal of Holy Cross, continued pouring rain, and among the streets flooded, and the delay, I do not believe that have been my better arrival to the country
Santa Cruz and our hunger for food and beer
"Chicken and saltipapas"
We arrived there in the night. So we were HUNGRY and TURSTY. Went to a restaurant. We sat and asked for chicken. I asked for the Saltipapas, a mix of sausage, potatoes and the bolivian national sauce: ketchup, mostard and mayonese.
"Red light bar"
Then, after the festim (food), we went to the only one open bar in the area, to DRINK. The bar had professional ladies, gays, suspect people, but it did not matter: we were having fun anyway.
You can't really imagine the mess that 20 brasilians make together.
"Beers and the american"
This is Thomas, exercising his circus skills.