Travel Blogs from La Paz, Bolivia

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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 ...

Another day in the black hole of South America, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Another day in the black hole of South America

A travel blog entry by thedays

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... , and the animals were living in really poor conditions. We were all a little depressed by its weird vibe, super dry, old, unkempt and deserted. We headed back to La Paz to grab some pizza and hit the hay tired. We hoped for more luck ...

Long Island Ice Tea, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Long Island Ice Tea

A travel blog entry by sanjay17

Got the nicest bus in Bolivia overnight to La Paz, a day before Chris was arriving. Walked around the streets for most of the morning The whole city, or at least within 1 mile of our hostel seems to be one huge market, the most interesting part probably ...

Bizarre La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Bizarre La Paz

A travel blog entry by iwanllyrevans

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Our next stop after Lake Titicaca was La Paz, one of Bolivia´s capital cities. Strangley, Bolivia has two capital cities, Sucre, the constitutional capital and La Paz, the administrative capital. The city is positioned at the bottom of a bowl shaped ...

San Pedro Prison, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

San Pedro Prison

A travel blog entry by danasv

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... . This book, combined with recommendations from many other backpackers, had made Sonja determined that the one thing we had to do in Bolivia was a tour of San Pedro prison. Tours of the prison have been going on for years, but they are not official, ...

La Paz et ses alentours, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

La Paz et ses alentours

A travel blog entry by lelaulau

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... et sa mini-révolution parceque Evo Morales fait voter une nouvelle constitution sous pression militaire et sans l'opposition, me voilà à La Paz, où ici les graffiti sont partiellement (et majoritairement) pro-Morales. On peut lire à tout coin de rue ...

Day 18!, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Day 18!

A travel blog entry by decry

... me to get out on the trails more with my bike and hopefully at some point get back into riding motocross. The drive back to La Paz was a long one with our van having to climb back up those 3000 metres over the mountain range over to the otherside. Pretty ...

End of an Era, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

End of an Era

A travel blog entry by brendadekater

... how long that big/oll/box is going to take to be flown to Holland.. Anyway at the moment I have arrived in my hostel in La Paz and I will be flying toSanta Cruz tomorrow followed by a flight to Sao Paulo where I soemhow have to take a taxi to the ...

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