Travel Blogs from La Paz, Bolivia

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Bolivia Overview, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Bolivia Overview

A travel blog entry by kiwi_surfer

... dry, baron, red once diamond infested, but now empty overworked mines, Uyuni at the foot of the worlds largest salt flats, La Paz; a city hiding in a vast basin surrounded in mystical mountains, Rurrenabaque a humid riverside town in the low lands of the ...

La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

La Paz

A travel blog entry by joeandmez

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... see why we couldn't be aboard Rosita in this city. The streets were narrow and the traffic was mayhem. La Paz is unofficially the capital of Bolivia. It is where the Presidential Palace is and where the government resides. Continuing our theme of being ...

Sad day..., La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Sad day...

A travel blog entry by christianbjork

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So we were going to go to Tiwanaku this mornign on our own, but as we were waiting for the bus to fill up to head out, we checked our email and Edgar received some very sad news and has to leave immediately.  I feel terrible and will miss traveling ...

Lake Titicaca Island Hopping, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Lake Titicaca Island Hopping

A travel blog entry by marqual

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... Idol." What a treat. Yesterday, a couple friends I met in Peru showed up. We visited the Coca Museum and went to downtown La Paz to enjoy the festival. Yesterday was the holiday where people bless miniatures for good luck in the new year. You can buy ...

Death Road, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Death Road

A travel blog entry by mhutto

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... . La Paz is a beautiful city that outgrew the valley it was built into and further construction was built on the walls of the valley. La Paz is the highest capitol city in the world and the air is definitely thin up here. I spend the day exploring the ...

Bolivia - Part II, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Bolivia - Part II

A travel blog entry by globehunters

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... ; We needed to sleep as it was a very long day. We finally made it to Sucre! Sucre Sucre – Bolivia’s judicial capital (La Paz is the administrative capital housing the legislative and executive branches).  It is located in south-central ...

Highest Capital del Mundo, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Highest Capital del Mundo

A travel blog entry by alyssaginsburg

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... Art that is housed in a really incredible old building.  Pretty much since Sunday I have suffered a horrific cold.  Considering that La Paz sits at an altitude ranging from 3600 to 4600m, it is difficult enough just to walk up a steep street, ...

La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

La Paz

A travel blog entry by diene

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... ! Nix geht mehr! Hunderte von Bussen und Taxis stehen auf etwa 4200 metern Hoehe und warten darauf in den "Talkessel" von La Paz einfahren zu koennen. Alles hupt, alles schreit, Polizisten pfeifen hier und da... das macht es alles nicht besser. ...

Time to recover, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Time to recover

A travel blog entry by jasmins_world

... 1 1/2 days spent completely filled up with medication for the various effects of altitude sickness I spent one day and night recovering in La Paz. At night I met two nice Swiss girls to exchange some experiences. Apart from that the day was rather quiet. ...

Sitting on the top of the world, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Sitting on the top of the world

A travel blog entry by globalfootprint

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... three days acclimatizing, so that we could climb Huayna Potosi. Huayna Potosi is a glacial mountain, 6,088 metres high. It overlooks La Paz and is reportedly one of the least technical 6,000 metre climbs, although it should not be underestimated due to ...

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