Hotel La Colina
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... were trying to move the rocks out of the way to let traffic through, but the protesters were chucking them back in the road just as quickly. Half excited and half worried we had a good nosy out of the window as we passed the protesters, we thought we'd made it through but then we hit the main blockade, turns out what we'd just witnessed was just the starter. The place was covered with armed police but they didn't seem to be doing much, they weren't trying to move people out of the ...
... I didn´t recognise where I was at all... The bus slowly started emptying out, and I was feverishly looking round at all the shops and restaurants to try and get a feel of where I was... I noticed that all the places around were called ´Fatima cafe´ or ´Fatima Mercado´etc. By the time I noticed this, the bus was entirely empty apart from me and the driver, and I unfortunately realised that there was a town called Fatima, and that thinking the orphanage would be signed ...
... Emily the English style fish and chips (after hearing that the Thackrah family were off to Cornwall soon) and me the Bolivian style fish wrapped in banana leaf! We flew out of the tiny airport in the jungle back to the mountains. Back in the city centre we walked to the same hostel as before, Maya Inn. We were both very out of breath walking the short distance up the hill, a reminder we were 3,500m higher than the ...
... they do know how put a curse on someone (so we are warned not to take pictures without asking their permission!) and also offer fortune-telling services...
The Witches Market is also close to the touristy artesania alley, Calle Linares selling all sorts of woven crafts and llama wool products under the sun. It's pretty colourful - it's so overwhelming having ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed