Travel Blogs from La Paz, Bolivia

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The highest capital in the world, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

The highest capital in the world

A travel blog entry by sranmal

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... Paz is the highest capital city in the world, the centre sitting at an altitude of 3,636m above sea level (confusingly, La Paz is the governmental capital of Bolivia but Sucre is the judicial capital). It sits in a bowl, sprawling out in a valley between ...

Adios Peru, Buenos dias Bolivia, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Adios Peru, Buenos dias Bolivia

A travel blog entry by justshonaeno

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I'm back in Bolivia after over a month in Peru and I must admit that Peru is amazing.  I had such a good time there and met lots of people and even got a bit of a tan!  Wahey! So, I returned to Arequipa after my jaunt to Lake Titicaca and ...

LOUNGING  IN  LA PAZ, LA PAZ, Bolivia travel blog

LOUNGING IN LA PAZ

A travel blog entry by sgaudun

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Despite my lounging in La Paz, waiting for my new videocamera to arrrive from Canada, I am still doing many hours of walking a day to keep in shape.  For interest sake, I started this trip at 207 pounds and am now a svelte 187 pounds or 85 kilos. La ...

Boliva!, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Boliva!

A travel blog entry by chrishodson

... conserved. We spent only a couple of nights there, probably the highlight of which was our breathtaking Karaoke performances! Next stop, La Paz, the highest capital city in the world. An amazing city, with so much going on, and so much traffic! We ...

Crazy La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Crazy La Paz

A travel blog entry by laurenmckowen

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... also has to be done under cover, all a bit wierd, basically they say you cant trust anyone in Bolivia, not even the police, qwuite funny acutally as have never really felt unsafe. touch wood. Left La Paz via small aeroplane on Tuesday 21 September!!!!!!! ...

La Paz - altitude 3100m, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

La Paz - altitude 3100m

A travel blog entry by vblowry2000

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... to cook for ourselves last night - the most miserable dinner atmosphere ever!  We resolved to eat out tonight! So La Paz - it's definately more Latin American than Chile.  There are brightly coloured minibuses with people hanging out of the ...

The worlds most dangerous road, La Paz to coroico, Bolivia travel blog

The worlds most dangerous road

A travel blog entry by salkelely

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Well check out some photos from this very crazy adventure, they are not of me but i will have some soon, and it was hard to take photos while you are riding and concerntrating, with your life in the hands of. . . your hands i guess. ok so its one of the ...

Still in La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Still in La Paz

A travel blog entry by hotteawhereever

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Well i as still in La Paz..i was planning to leave and get to the jungle however the rain stopped that from happening! I was gutted...next time i guess! So instead of getting into the jungle we decided to climb to the summit of a mountian! Itīs offical ...

We Survived The Death Road!, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

We Survived The Death Road!

A travel blog entry by lozhan

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Another full day bus ride around Lake Titicaca into Bolivia and we arrived in La Paz, a gorgeous city set in a deep canyon. Because it was our last night with Fernando we piled 19 people into a minivan and headed to an awesome restaurant with all types ...

Long long bus ride and into Bolivia, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Long long bus ride and into Bolivia

A travel blog entry by frankandamanda

We got onto a bus en route to La Paz at a ridiculous hour of the morning. We passed through the Peru-Bolivia border with no issues stopped in Cococabana (a touristy town on the shore of Lake Tittikaka) for lunch. The food at the restaurant there was a ...

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