Comarapa Travel Guide

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  • by philjones47 Written Nov 12, 2004

    Situated on the main street, just by the bus stop. The resaurant serves typical Bolivian fayre. A warming soup with meat and a potato, may be made from Otna, very tasty. Segundos are usually lots of carbohydrate , you may get potato, cassava, rice, uluca and platani on one plate with meat and a side salad. Senor Tito runs a very tidy hotel and restaurant. Soup and sugundo cost around £1 when i was there.

    Favorite Dish: Chip soup, but i dont know the local name! But if you've never had soup with french fries in it, try it.

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    by chancay Updated Feb 18, 2003

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    Fondest memory: We did a little tour up the hill with the pick up. It was a great experience, nobody of us was used to drive through these kind of ways, how to use well the special functions of a 4-4 motor...interesting experience!!

    it looks good...speed!!

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    by chancay Written Jan 14, 2003

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    Favorite thing: very little village at the old way from Cochabamba to Santa Cruz de la Sierra. On the way to Santa Cruz from here you can find some other beautiful resorts, just don´t pass the places to fast.

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