Hotel Boutique "El Consulado"
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Travel Blogs from La Paz
... cracked down on this and it is now very dangerous if you get into the prison (strange that) an also if you get caught in there you could be stuck for awhile. Te prison system in Bolivia is a bit scary, you are considered to be guilt until proven innocent, so if you are arrested you go straight to prison to await trial. If you don't have much money you could wait in jail for 5 years before you get ...
... pretty much all downhill – which is nice! We get to the top and kit up and its bloody freezing – there’s snow around, and temperatures are hovering around freezing with wind-chill. We’ve all seriously underestimated the weather – most are wearing shorts! The cloud level is also very low – we’d been told the day before that rain wouldn’t happen – that looks unlikely now! We head off and fly down the road to the ...
... for disaster on a road that has claimed many lives, mainly in vehicles but a few bikers as well...Amanda signs up...then spends dinner reading through our travel insurance!
The long wait. Amanda leaves at 8am and isnt due back til 7pm. This is my blog so this is what I did. No less exciting and frought with danger as you will see. Approaching lunch time and I finally manage to get out of bed. Put some pants on. I have left the washing too late and dont back ...
... that each building is unfinished. The city is extremely dense in terms of building, but yet is home to less than 1 million inhabitants.
Two highlights of La Paz stand out so far. Firstly, the saltenas are amazing! They´re savoury pastries filled with a whole heap of different fillings from vegetables, chicken and beef. Looking at them, they are comparable to a cornish ...
... surrounded by the high mountains of the Andes. The more affluent people live in the lower areas. The middle class live in high rises in the main area of town and the lower class live in red brick building that are built right up the side of the mountain. As the town grew up out of the canyon, the elevation ranges from 3,200m (10,500ft) to 4100m (13,500ft). The airport sits at 4061m and is the highest in the world.
We spent ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking