Travel Blogs from Copacabana, Bolivia

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There are Hippies Everywhere!, Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog

There are Hippies Everywhere!

A travel blog entry by surgeongeneral

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... to paddle out to some island off in the horizon, so I again changed kyaks, and Susana and I began our 45 minute trek back to Copacabana. Im so glad I didnt go out any further because by the time I got back I had a blister on my hand and my arms were ...

Bolivia and beyond, Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog

Bolivia and beyond

A travel blog entry by saraberry

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We´re leaving Puno, Peru today for Copacabana Bolivia. Not the famous one in Brazil. We´re going to make a quick stop along the way in a small twn that is known for its ruins that were used for fertility....read look like ...

ATMs, Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog

ATMs

A travel blog entry by braveliver1314

Could someone not have mentioned at any time before hand that there are no cash machines in Copacobana that can be used by foreigners? At least the currency traders will take any kind of hard currency from you, but they offer you pretty poor rates.  ...

Bolivia at last..first stop isla del sol, Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog

Bolivia at last..first stop isla del sol

A travel blog entry by guineapigpizza

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... who had just arrived from Puno. We all celebrated with a few drinks and a nice meal. It was a relatively early night as we would all be heading to La Paz together the next morning.... In summary. Copacabana. a great place to relax..but not for too long.! ...

Lazy days..., Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog

Lazy days...

A travel blog entry by nifadventures

... 60 days!! We kept going around Lake Titicaca (btw it is very big and the highest navigable lake in the world!) until we reached Copacabana (and yes, I did want to break into song!). To be fair, Copa is actually much nicer than Puno (which is just as well ...

Lake Titicaca - Copacabana, Copacabana , Bolivia travel blog

Lake Titicaca - Copacabana

A travel blog entry by jenandmatt

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Copa ,Copa Copacabana....again. This time in Bolivia. So we were meant to all head down to Copacabana atogether, Jen, Matt N, Matt B, Steph and Taku but on arrival the stupid airline had lost Steph and Taku's bags. Leaving them to have to stay in La Paz ...

farewell la paz - hello goregous copacabana, Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog

farewell la paz - hello goregous copacabana

A travel blog entry by mcivan

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... by the Japanese) than red meat. Also because trout is a predatory fish that eats the native fish ) We then continued on towards Copacabana, but stopped again, this time to cross the lake .To do this we had to disembark the van, so it could be rafted ...

the isle del sol! beautifull!, Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog

the isle del sol! beautifull!

A travel blog entry by katinhat

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so we got there chilled for a day on the beach and watched gavin and alexi brave the waters of lake titicaca, very funny!   The following day we took an incredibly slow boat to the north 2.5 hrs!! of the isle del sol, and hiked around the top ...

Copacabana and the island of the sun, Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog

Copacabana and the island of the sun

A travel blog entry by trixl

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... punted it out onto the lake until it was deep enough to put the motor down. It was quite a strange sight to see. Copacabana itself is a pretty little town on the lake´s edge, with plenty of nice accommodation and good restaurants, a welcome change ...

Lazy Days In Copacabana, Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog

Lazy Days In Copacabana

A travel blog entry by tannoreth

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Firstly, no it is not the one from the song. It is a lovely little town though. The lake is stunning a deeper blue even than the sky above. Because of the altitude the clouds hang suspended close above it making you feel closer to the sky. The town is ...

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