Travel Blogs from La Paz, Bolivia

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La Paz, Le vieux Quartier, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

La Paz, Le vieux Quartier

A travel blog entry by bourlingueur

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... et la trilogie du Seigneur des anneaux le tout pour 1 euro. Nous sortons Lucie et moi dejeuner et visiter le vieux quartier de La Paz. On retrouve cette architecture coloniale typique. On visite le musee du textil et du folklore bolivien. On y trouve de ...

Lunar Landscape in La Paz and Lunatic Biking!, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Lunar Landscape in La Paz and Lunatic Biking!

A travel blog entry by yelleandjon

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... walked across the actual border we were accompanied by a marching band, I donīt think everyone gets this service! On the way to La Paz we called in at Copacabana (The place where the famous Copacabana is named after). It was a pretty little port but ...

Views, Food and Art, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Views, Food and Art

A travel blog entry by thelomaxfamily

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... her very happy, but a little bit homesick! After this we headed to use the hotel gym and pool, before heading out to dinner. La Paz is a crazy city at night and is heaving with people- for dinner we found a Dutch bar, where we ate Egyptian and Indonesian ...

Bolivia - Uyuni, Sucre & La Paz, Nuestra Señora de La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Bolivia - Uyuni, Sucre & La Paz

A travel blog entry by woodgeandfidge

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... watch a traditional Bolivian show. At the end we were all dragged up on stage to join in the dancing. Our last stop was La Paz, another large city. We visited moon valley a large clay formation and a witch doctors market. A busy city and some very ...

Crazy, sky high Bolivia..., La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Crazy, sky high Bolivia...

A travel blog entry by jessjamie

... the mountains, but Spanish settlers flocked there to exploit gold reserves (taking the mines from the indigenous people). The setting of La Paz is beautiful, with the mountains forming a natural bowl in which the city is built. The historic centre of the ...

La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

La Paz

A travel blog entry by dermotsharon

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La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

La Paz

A travel blog entry by jorgen_anne

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... was standing up taking photos the entire time. Again, we were amazed at the most perfect little plazas that exist in Bolivia, very pretty. La Paz is like any big city I suppose but it is not westernized and therefore a bit more enjoyable to walk around ...

Cobbles, hills and the world's most dangerous road, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Cobbles, hills and the world's most dangerous road

A travel blog entry by steveandmelly

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... the journey from Copacabana (still Bolivia, though we were making slow progress towards the real one in Rio) to La Paz, the cultural capital of Bolivia. Tyre changing apart, the journey was actually quite enjoyable, given that half way through we had to ...

La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

La Paz

A travel blog entry by benandsabine

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La ...

Bo + Livia!, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Bo + Livia!

A travel blog entry by andersogjohan

Dagen efter vi kom hjem fra Inka-tinka byen Machu Picchu nappede vi natbussen til La Paz, Bolivia. Et af de fattigste lande i verden. La Paz er (uofficielt) hovedstaden i Bolivia og ligger i 3600 meters hoejde, hvilket goer den (uofficielt) til verdens ...

Ancient runs and dangerous roads, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Ancient runs and dangerous roads

A travel blog entry by cjsceats

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... 'd be wrong however, since officially the capital of Bolivia is actually Sucre. Never let it be said that my blog isn't educational! La Paz is still pretty darn high. Coming from the salt plains however, the altitude is a welcome relief! During my stay ...

Moon Landing, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Moon Landing

A travel blog entry by rush

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The Valle De La Luna is a strange moon like formation situated just far enough out of La Paz for the smell and sound of the capital to be completely blocked off and after over 2 weeks of being a resident it was about time to find a bit of sanctuary. The ...

La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

La Paz

A travel blog entry by murdock

Hello All! Just a very quick entry from La Paz, Bolivia, highest capital city in the world at 3600 meters. Been much higher than that in the past few days (5900 meters, roughly 19,000 feet), but that's a story that will have to wait, as this internet ...

downhill biking, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

downhill biking

A travel blog entry by tobi

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... ; which is next to the bus terminal, i booked my downhill biking trip for tomorrow, then walked around the city, La Paz is craaaaaazy! it seems like itīs out of control, very crowded, everyone is trying to sell something, lots of noice, ...

quick update from bolivia (missing photos), La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

quick update from bolivia (missing photos)

A travel blog entry by lillemilie

... out for dinner, literally waiting one and a half hour for a soup (great country).  Next morning- five/six hour drive to La Paz, arriving JUST in time for the final day of the Carnaval. Everybody bought clown suits and got pissed on the street. Fun ...

Huyuna Potosi, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Huyuna Potosi

A travel blog entry by eboydee

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... be a great experience to climb to the summit of Huyuna Potosi... a 6000 metre high mountain just an hour outside of La Paz. I bumped into some other travellers I met in Buenos Aires and managed to convince another fellow Australian that it would be a ...

Pick Pocketed., La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Pick Pocketed.

A travel blog entry by astralcars

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Well, so far La Paz is a fascinating city. Much more so then Buenos Aires. Much more contrast between the good and the bad as well. So many people, so much chaos. It can be stressful, but also very interesting. Yesterday was fairly uneventful, but we ...

The Most Dangerous Road in the World, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

The Most Dangerous Road in the World

A travel blog entry by emmaireland

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... had gone back home or continued on to new lands, but the rest of us decided to make the most of some of our last days in La Paz and do the Death Road cycling tour with Xtreme Downhill, a travel agency in Calle Sagarnaga, at the top of the road where it ...

The Fighting Irish!, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

The Fighting Irish!

A travel blog entry by ownio

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... room. Tuesday we booked our cycle of the infamous World’s Most Dangerous Road with Gravity Tours for the Wednesday! [Ciaran] La Paz  is mad, very very hard to remember anything, all that happened was drinking drinking which, for anyone who ...

Breathless in La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Breathless in La Paz

A travel blog entry by davelauren

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... : obese), very slow moving and always in your way....aka pains in the asses. Although we had only anticipated on staying three nights in La Paz, it's turned into seven. Something we had to do so that we didn't have to backtrack in the coming weeks. We've ...

La Paz drugi put, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

La Paz drugi put

A travel blog entry by malvada

Nakon Rurrenabaquea vratila sam se u La Paz u hostel Adventure brew (6e noc, dobijes navecer besplatno domace pivo i ujutro americke palacinke all you can eat ;)) U hostelu sam upoznala Neila, lika iz Londona koji putuje za Kolumbiju tako da cemo putovati ...

Back in Laz Paz, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Back in Laz Paz

A travel blog entry by claireandross

29th ...

Valle de luna og Chachaltaya, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Valle de luna og Chachaltaya

A travel blog entry by beritmette

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Idag var vi paa vores foerste guidede tur i La Pazīs omegn. Vi startede dagen med at koere igemmen La Paz, i morgen trafikken tager det ca 40 min med vinduerne paa fuld gab og benzin osen staaende ind af vinduerne - puhaa - vi glaeder os efterhaanden ...

Returning to La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Returning to La Paz

A travel blog entry by ianandfinola

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... us right over Lago Titicaca, which was huge and stunning and started getting me excited about heading back into Bolivia. The flght coming into La Paz over the mountians, and the sprawling city that hangs from them, was head-shake-inducing-ly stunning. ...

The worldīs highest capital..., La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

The worldīs highest capital...

A travel blog entry by mpbarry

On September 10th we woke up and had a private tour of La Paz for 3 hours that included a visit to the witch markets. There we saw all sorts of potions claiming to help anything from your love life to your financial situation. They also had a lot of ...

Bolivia, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Bolivia

A travel blog entry by cuteimage25

... (cajafate). It was really amazing and beautiful even though our tour guide sucked. THis is the luck weve been ahving. right before La Paz we arrived in Bolivia and took a train to the city of Tupiza. there we found a tour with some other ppl, A french ...

Lake Titicaca, Isla del Sol & Laz Paz, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Lake Titicaca, Isla del Sol & Laz Paz

A travel blog entry by leanneleonard

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... bus went on a very dubious looking wooden floating thing and bobbed precariously all the way to the other side - it was very entertaining! La Paz is the highest capital city in the world at 3660m. The sight of the city lying in the valley 500m below as ...

We climbed one of Bolivia's 6000er!!!, Huayna Potosi, Bolivia travel blog

We climbed one of Bolivia's 6000er!!!

A travel blog entry by barbieandken

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... the summit) left and right cliffs that fell down more than thousand meters. Far below us, we could make out the lights of La Paz (El Alto), Copacabana, Lake Titicaca other 6000ers (Illimani, Nevado Sajama, etc). We were only allowed a couple of minutes up ...

Intro to Flying from La Paz, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Intro to Flying from La Paz

A travel blog entry by bradandsandi

... I was too tired to put up much of a fight about it at that point.  The basic lesson learned is don't fly from La Paz unless absolutely necessary.  Apparently they cancel flights about 2 days out of every week.  This one was due to protests ...

LaPaz oder Ausbuechsen fuer Anfaenger, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

LaPaz oder Ausbuechsen fuer Anfaenger

A travel blog entry by a-m-in-bolivien

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... Nach fuenf bis sechs Anrufen hatten wir den Padre ueberzeugt, dass die Welt nicht untergeht, wenn wir an diesem Sonntag in La Paz bleiben und die Sonntagsmesse verpassen. Kann wieder keiner verstehen, wie schwer das war und wie befreiend dieser Sieg fuer ...

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