I guess the most detailed online guide about Cochabamba with tourist information, photos of sights, lists of hotels, restaurants, bars, discos, cinema, language schools, places for volunteer work, rent a car, tour agencies, etc.
Fondest memory: Don't miss the nightlife of Cochabamba especially on the weekends.
Dear friends, I found a great web resource: http://www.bolivia-online.net. I guess it is the most detailed online guide about Cochabamba with tourist information, photos of sights, lists of hotels, restaurants, bars, discos, cinema, language schools, places for volunteer work, rent a car, tour agencies, etc.
Fondest memory: Don't miss the nightlife in Cochabamba, it is one of the best in Bolivia and is worth to stay for the weekend in town!
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.
Fondest memory: 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.
Favorite thing: Cochabamba lies in a fertile valley at 2,558 meters above sea level, surrounded by the Tunari hill and the Alalay lagoon, its weather is mild and pleasant. It is considered the best in the whole country, with warm-sunny days and cool nights
Fondest memory: One Sunday, my group went to a church on the poorer side of town. The people were so wonderful. There was a little girl who became very attached to me in the short time we were there. She and I couldn't communicate with language, because I don't know but 3 words of Spanish. But it's a testimony of their compassion. They are all so wonderful! This picture is looking out over the city from this church! The houses are practically right on top of one another!
Fondest memory: Bolivia was such a great experience for me. I was able to stay in both the city and in very rural, remote areas. The people are the greatest! The rainforest is very beautiful-something out of National Geographic or something.
In bolivia you don't have any paper for the toilette. and you have to bring always your.
our toilette at work...
Favorite thing: This is just a photo experiment with water reflexions, nevertheless shoes a bit of vegetation around Cochabamba, the possibility to find a lot of beautiful places.