Hotel in the Jungle

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In the middle of the Jungle, Madidi National Park, Bolivia
Hotel in the Jungle - My Balcony in the Bedroom
Hotel in the Jungle - The Bedroom
Hotel in the Jungle - The Bathroom
Hotel in the Jungle - The Diningroom and the kitchen
Hotel in the Jungle - My wife and I
Hotel in the Jungle - The bedroom

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jendara jendara
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Hotel in the Jungle Jul 26, 2008
What should be understood as a hotel or hostel for the traveler? The place or room to sleeping and possibly to enjoy other services provided by this hotel, so that as the hotel, the camp where we were during our trip to "The Jungle".

I refer to the hotel from "The Jungle", the camp in “The Madidi National Park” where we stayed for three days and two nights with all catering included.

As I comment on my blog, this our camp consists of three doubles rooms, a common room for about ten people, the common bathrooms and the dining room next the kitchen room, all built with wooden with a roof of "Jatata” (a plant).

Much comfort can not ask, since one is located in the real jungle, the energy is from a solar panel, the showers are cold (but since it is in the tropics there is no need for hot water) all the beds have their network for mosquitoes, and the windows are single wire millimetres, but with activity and a beauty place one sleep very well and the food is very good.

The cost by day is about $us.40,-- with all the meals.

As before coming to "The Jungle", I was in another tour that is "The Pampas", I will write another review about "Hotel in The Pampas" (The another chapter)

In spanish:

Que se debe entender para el viajero como Hotel u Hostal? el lugar o la pieza para dormir y posiblemente a disfrutar de otros servicios que presta este hotel, es así que como hotel lo clasificare al campamento donde estuvimos durante nuestro viaje a “La Jungla”.

Me refiero al Hotel de “La Jungla”, el campamento en el Parque Nacional Madidi donde permanecimos por tres días y dos noches con todos los servicios de comida incluidos.

Como lo comente en mi blog, este nuestro campamento consta de tres piezas dobles, una pieza común para unas diez personas, los baños comunes y el comedor con cocina al lado, todas construidas de madera con techo de “Jatata” (una planta).

Mucha comodidad no se puede pedir, ya que uno esta en la verdadera Jungla, la corriente es de panel solar, las duchas son frías, pero al estar en el trópico no se necesita agua caliente, todas las camas tienen su red para los mosquitos, y las ventanas están solo con alambre milimétrico, pero con la actividad que uno tiene y la belleza del lugar uno duerme muy bien y la comida es muy buena.

El costo por día es proximadamente $us.40,-- con las comidas incluidas.

Como antes de venir a "La Jungla", estuve en el otro tour que es "Las Pampas", en otra review escribire sobre "El Hotel en Las Pampas" (la otra parte)
The Bedroom
The Bathroom
The Diningroom and the kitchen
My Balcony in the Bedroom
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rotorhead85 says:
Ahhh, and a cold beer ... Pacena es cervesa!
Posted on: Jul 26, 2008
rachrmn says:
Great blog!!
Posted on: Jul 09, 2008
dahling says:
Thank you for writing in english AND spanish, that is fantastic!
Posted on: Jul 09, 2008
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