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We are a hostel in Cochabamba!! Excellent locations in down town.
We offer single, double and shared rooms, economic prices.
Common areas: Garden, common kitchen, TV room, games (ping pong, tabel games), books exchange, chill out.. Services: Tour guide, bike for rent, laundry and spanish classes.
We are looking for nice people of the world who wants to learn, share and have fun. We have vacancies for reception and maintenance!!
Cooking / shopping
Help in the house
Helping with Tourists
Help with Computers / internet
You can learn how much you like working as a volunteer, it really depends on you. We will teach all the work in reception, management of reservations platforms, customer care, check in, check out, etc. More than general questions in accommodation. As part of basic learning, as I said, it's up to you, there are volunteers who learn Spanish with our permanent staff, there are volunteers who take advantage of their free days to visit towns less than an hour from the city, soaking up their culture, volunteers that they are going to take a walk in the mountains.. Its up to you!
Conveniently located in down town, our hostel offers clean, safe and generous accommodations. We have both private rooms and dorm rooms. Not only a great place to spend a few nights, but the hostel is also part of a larger community of artists, entrepreneurs, volunteers and ex-pats. Helping us with reception check in / check out, reservation, webpage actualization, helping us with promotion web/social networking, creative writing, general maintenance, accounting skills, cleaning and more.
We offer you a very comfy bed in a shared dorm, hot shower, good wifi (bolivian standars), common kitchen, TV room, games room, books for exchange and breakfast every morning.
There is a lot to do in Cochabamba, but it hasn't been discovered by the mainstream tourist yet. The green and vibrant city is called the Culinary Capital of Bolivia and has great affordable restaurants with foods from all around the world. There are some really cool bars we'd love to take you to.
Cochabambinos take pride in having the best climate and the biggest Christ statue (bigger than Rio!) in the world. We believe together we can make this city a number one tourist destination.
There's plenty to do a short drive from the city. The tropical Villa Tunari for example, where you can explore the jungle. Or trekking and camping in the nearby mountains.
Our biggest tourist destination is Toro Toro, an amazingly beautiful national park not overrun by tourists. We also feature some of the best paragliding schools of South America and not to forget the biggest open air market on the continent, where you can walk around for hours to absorb the atmosphere and get great bargains on almost everything.
Here are some more ideas:
– City Tourism: Visit the Cristo, Palacio Portales, La Cancha, Museums, etc.
– Adventure Tourism: Trekking, rock-climbing, rappelling, rafting, paragliding, etc.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Maximum 5 hours a day, 5 days a week
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