Travel Blogs from Copacabana, Bolivia

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Ein Traum, Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog

Ein Traum

A travel blog entry by gabiontheway


... ich 50 Bolivianos bezahlt.   Übrigens direkt nach der Grenze endete die asphaltierte Straße   nur noch Sandweg,. Copacabana ist auch sehr touristisch..aber mit etwas schläfrigem Charme. Man findet die Eingänge nicht, keine ...

The Ecuadorian Side of Lake Titicaca, Copacabana/Lake Titicaca, Bolivia travel blog

The Ecuadorian Side of Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by schachandra


Puno was a bit of a letdown, but its Bolivian sister city, Copacabana, is wonderful. It is less touristy but more artisany. I'm staying at Marcelino's house, a total dump on the edge of town that is practically free for artisans. One of Pajarito's ...

Magisches Blau: Der Titikakasee, Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog

Magisches Blau: Der Titikakasee

A travel blog entry by chantalcyril


... tollen Ausblick und einer leckeren Forelle zum Mittagessen belohnt! Dann hiess es aber Adios Peru, hola Bolivia! Mit dem Bus gings von Puno nach Copacabana in Bolivien. An der Grenze mussten wir aussteigen, einen Stempel bei der peruanischen Polizei ...

Isla Del Sol....9km walk at 4000m high!!!, Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog

Isla Del Sol....9km walk at 4000m high!!!

A travel blog entry by debsndarren


... a picture.  The dad egged on his son to try and pick pocket her!  We caught the 4pm boat back to Copacabana. We’d heard good things about La Cupula restaurant just round the corner from our hostal so we booked a table for tonight and the ...

Lake Titicaca, Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog

Lake Titicaca

A travel blog entry by aletouze


... we have found that people here seem to want to trick us. For example, we had been quoted a price for both our hotel rooms (Copacabana and Yumani), then when it came time to pay, they tried to charge us more. Also, they don't clean our hotel rooms during ...

Into the clouds, Sorata, Bolivia travel blog

Into the clouds

A travel blog entry by chuckonearth

I've been looking to chill out in a mountain town to get away from the La Paz craziness before heading to Ouro for their Carnival celebration this coming weekend.  I heard a lot about Sorata and that it is really beautiful and chill, so I decided to ...

Crazy Bolivia - ups and downs, mainly ups, Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog

Crazy Bolivia - ups and downs, mainly ups

A travel blog entry by panamericalandy


COPACABANA, LAKE TITICACA, BOLIVIA 16° 10.756’S  69° 05.965’W  21st June 2012   We enjoyed Sucre even if its crowded streets and narrow pavements stuffed full of vehicles belching exhaust smoke over everyone walking was often ...

Shopping & Shuffling On, Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog

Shopping & Shuffling On

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies

... in my bag to be broken out again in The Real World.  The taxi to the bus depot cost $b32, the 16 seater minibus to Copacabana cost $b20. That kind of thing will never stop blowing my mind. It was a three and a half hour bus ride, including a hop on ...

Copacabana, Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog


A travel blog entry by gavin_davies

... Lake Titicaca, the world's largest high altitude lake, at 3808m high and 8400-sq-km. It forms part of the border between Bolivia and Peru. Truthfully it's not that impressive. Big body of water yes. Lake Michigan breathtaking? No. The town is very quiet, ...

Le Lac Titicaca, souvenir d'écoliere, Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog

Le Lac Titicaca, souvenir d'écoliere

A travel blog entry by stephvoyage


... les bancs de l'école, le moment est arrivé de faire connaissance avec le fameux lac Titicaca. Je séjourne à Copacabana, cette ville qui porte le même nom que sa petite soeur brésilienne, en bordure du lac. Quasiment 7000m2 ...

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