Bolivia Travel Tips from the Tourist Police

by BoliviaBella.com
(Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia)


The Policia Turistica, or Tourism Police of Sucre, Bolivia have published some travel tips for tourists that apply not only to tourism in Sucre, but are useful for all tourists to Bolivia. Take a look at the Safety Tips for Tourists the Sucre Tourist Police have shared. For more information on emergency police and medical services, also take a look at our Living in Bolivia section.

The Sucre Tourist Police have an office inside the INFOTUR Tourist Information Center in Sucre. There are INFOTUR tourist information centers throughout Bolivia in all major cities and tourist attractions. Ask at your hotel to find the one nearest you.

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Jan 24, 2018
Seeking A Friend NEW
by: Yang Chun Chen

Dear Sirs,

I am a seventy years old man living in Taiwan and will take a trip to South America including your country in late March and early April. I wonder whether you can help me find a Bolivian friend from Santa Cruz whom I have lost contact with him for near 20 years. At the time we met each other in 1983, we were graduate students of Louisiana Tech University in USA. After obtaining MBA degrees respectively in 1984, I returned to Taiwan and he returned to Bolivia. At the beginning he worked for a bank in Santa Cruz. We kept in touch for several years, but gradually lost contact for unknown reason. Probably, one of the reason was that I moved to a new house about 20 years ago and lost most of his contact documents. Later on I tried several times to contact him by the information I have on hand, but all my efforts were in vain.

His information I still have and can memorize are listed below:
Name: Percy Miguel Anez
Age: in between 55 and 60 years old
Wife’s Name: Maria
Children: at least one elder girl and two younger boys. The name of second boy is Agosto.
Address: POB 940, Santa Cruz. The address was listed in Alumni Directory 1990.
Telephone: (Home) +591 3 371147, (Office) +591 3 322166. These numbers are more than 20 years ago.

It would be my best happy time of this trip if I could see him in Santa Cruz. If seeking a person is not your scope of job, please kindly pass my wish to a suitable unit/department for help. Your kind assistance would be highly appreciated.

Yang Chun Chen

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