Travel Blogs from La Paz, Bolivia

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The camera is fixed!, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

The camera is fixed!

A travel blog entry by kateharland

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We arrived back in Lap Paz at a fairly decent time of 4pm. Opting to walk back, we headed down the hill and found ourselves wandering through miles of markets selling everything under the sun. There were pots and pans, clothes, animals, food and hundreds ...

A twisty road, 3,000ft cliffs, a bike, ideas?, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

A twisty road, 3,000ft cliffs, a bike, ideas?

A travel blog entry by tysonrtw

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... who is btw evil).... So yes, I do believe I have combatted some evil over the course of my travels. On to La Paz, Bolivia. First of all a little background on this land locked country headed by Evo Morales, the indigenous leader who has the weakest ...

Not Sick Anymore., La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Not Sick Anymore.

A travel blog entry by astralcars

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... The next day we killed time until our midnight train to Oruro. From Oruro we caught a taxi to the bus station and a bus to La Paz. Everything went without a hitch. Once in La Paz we were a little worried about all the stories of rogue taxis weŽd ...

High Lakes and Dodgy Borders, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

High Lakes and Dodgy Borders

A travel blog entry by walshy_88

I have now reached La Paz, Bolivia, the highest capital city in the world (for those playing at home). After returning from Machu Picchu, we headed to Puno, on the edge of Lake Titicaca, whence we boarded a boat to explore some of the islands on the ...

Exotic country #2: Bolivia!, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Exotic country #2: Bolivia!

A travel blog entry by markcreery

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... the lake. Ferries are fine, but hoping the weight of the bus wonŽt tip the barge is another! Life in Bolivia, in the biggest and capital city of La Paz at least, is very different than we expected. It has a European flavour to it, and given the ...

Camera Repairs, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Camera Repairs

A travel blog entry by kateharland

... a few trips from La Paz to occupy our time. First, we visited Tiwanaku, the pre Inca civilisation located approximately 70km from La Paz. We had a fantastic guide who did not stop talking about Tiwanaku from the moment we left until we arrived back. ...

Checking things out, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Checking things out

A travel blog entry by prbrown

Got a collectivo (small people mover) to La Paz, 3 hours. Not the most comfortable way to travel but they leave regularly and you just jump in. As always it was packed to the hilt and we kept stopping along the way to cram in more people. These things ...

Back to La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Back to La Paz

A travel blog entry by bgibson

I came back to La Paz to fly to Rurrenbaque. I wanted to fly on Sunday but I had to wait until Wednesday for the rain to stop in Rurrenbaque so the planes could land there. While I was there I went on a tour of San Pedro prison. That was pretty far ...

Change countries, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Change countries

A travel blog entry by ddgfraser

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... each others company and Gillie was entertainment by their 2 dogs; a Westie and a Scottie. We spent many wonderful days in La Paz and, after recovering from altitude sickness,  enjoyed it here because it is a pleasant, clean,  well organised ...

La Paz, Visite des marches, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

La Paz, Visite des marches

A travel blog entry by bourlingueur

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... des grenouilles ou des serpents seches. Aussi des melanges d'herbes et de fetiches destines a etre brules sont d'autres offrandes a la Pachamama. Le Mercado Negro est un marche conventionnel mais immense et terriblement dense. Les echoppes en taules sont ...

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