Opat na ceste/ Again on the road

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December 28th 2010
Published: January 1st 2011
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Pred nami bol dalsi den plny cestovania a tak sme sa chceli co najdlhsie vyspat, ale zakerne papagaje nam to opat nedovolili. Zbalili sme sa a pri odchode zaplatili len polovicku sumy za posledny den. Pani domaca protestovala a chcela volat policiu, ale nakoniec z toho samozrejme nic nebolo, velmi dobre vedela ze spravila chybu. Na namesti sme rychlo nasli trufi /auto pre 6 pasazierov a caka sa kym sa vsetky miesta nezaplnia/ do Santa Cruz a tesili sa ako nam to krasne vychadza. Asi po hodine auto zastavilo s tym ze toto je konecna zastavka, vedeli sme ze do Santa Cruz to trva dlhsie a samozrejme - boli sme v inom meste. Sofer nam proste odkyval co sme chceli len aby zaplnil auto a mohol ist. Ked sme sa ho opytali ze preco nam klamal tak sa tvaril ze nepocuje - ake typicke. Zastavka pre autobusy do Santa Cruz bola blizko, autobus sa zaplnil rychlo a tak sme ani velmi dlho necakali. Santa Cruz vyzeral ako moderne a bohate mesto, vraj je to kvoli tomu ze tu zije vela priekupnikov kokainu. V Santa Cruz sme museli najst dalsie trufi do Samaipaty, daseho dnesneho cielu. Dorazili sme asi o 3 poobede a nasli krasny hotel s kuchynkou a to je vzdy prijemny bonus. Vecer sa velmi dlho a jasne blizkalo - ziadne hromy, ani dazd, len svetlo.

We had a long day full of travel ahead us, so we tried to sleep as long as possible but mean parrots didnt think so. We packed our staff and paid just half the money for last night. Ladyowner was really crossed about that, bit shouty and wanted to call police, but in the end it was alright, she knew we had a reason. On the main square we quickly managed to find a trufi /car for 6 passanger which wait till its full/ to Santa Cruz and felt pleased how easy it was. After an hour or so the car stopped and we were told that was the final stop. We knew it couldnt be a Santa Crus and of course it wasnt, the driver just lied to us to fill up the car. When we asked him why he did so he just ignored us - how typical. Another bus station for Santa Cruz wasnt too far away, bus filled up quickly so we didnt have to wait too long to go. Santa Cruz looked pretty modern and rich and it is said to be because of the cocaine traffickers. In Santa Cruz we had to take another trufi to Samaipata - our todays destination. We arrived around 3 pm and found a lovely hotel with kitchenette which is always a good news. In the evening there was lot of lightening on the sky - but no thunder or rain, just light.


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