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... logo on the side. 'Bus to La Paz, vamos', the guy came in to announce.
At the same time as the bus driver started to unload all kinds of things (a queen size mattress? More cardboard boxes?) and some bus travelers got off to stretch their legs and use the bathroom, a disheveled looking lady showed up who sold the others their tickets. We all got on the bus and at 15 minutes past 6 we were finally leaving for La Paz. Thank goodness. Ormeņo might not be doing ...
It took around 4hrs to get to La Paz and again it was a lovely trip through the Altiplano with spectacular lake views to Lake Titicaca. We even took a small ferry across a wide part of the lake. Our bus went across on a very dodgy looking raft that looked like it might sink at any point. Luckily we went across on a small boat.
La Paz is a spectacular city and it almost falls off the altiplano into a very steep valley. It sits between 4000m and 3000m with the ...
... nature we saw over the three days touring in a 4WD. Breathtaking and amazing! There was no shortage of wonder in the desert we crossed that took us all the way from San Pedro Chile eventually to La Paz Bolivia. We stopped every half hour or so in the desert for a new highlight and took heaps photos. When we stopped at a small desert town at the end of the 4WD tour we saw Bolivian people for the first time. The streets and buildings looked like they were ...
... is absolutely glorious. Donīt expect central heating and hot showers though.
The city itself, for a capital, has a safe and pleasantly laid back atmosphere, and there is not too much car horn honking and general mayhem. Having said that, I would very much like to know what the noise is that sounds like gunfire that seems to happen quite frequently.
Of the main sights, the Coca Museum is a must. It gives ...
... crevasses and while doing some strenuous climbing in the glacier.
Unfortunately around 6 o’clock in the morning I had to make a very tough and sad decision: I couldn’t continue. I was really exhausted and had no power left – although I knew we only needed to continue for another 45 minutes. Nevertheless, I was not willing to take the risk as only 2 weeks previously a Swiss guy had died up there due to altitude sickness. I am ...