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Travel Blogs from La Paz
... This resulted in the most dangerous road being used again by cars as the repairs of the new road go on until 4 pm each day, and Bolivian drivers seem to be impatient! The ride was actually very cool, a little hair raising in parts but it was really beautiful. We ended off the afternoon in the town of La Cumbre, where we had a swim and a late lunch, after which we set off on the 3 hour drive back to La Paz (on the new road J).
We got back about an hour before our overnight bus to Uyuni. ...
... 8217;t have some issue with it) but is getting better, and it has some genuinely unique places and things to see and experience. We’d recommend it highly, but probably via a tour, as some of the stuff can be difficult to organise independently, especially if your Spanish language skills are less than perfect! If you can deal with inconsistency, particularly with service, and you’re prepared to leave your watch at the border, then you’ll do fine!
... relaxing. We found a restaurant which served Argentine
beef, much to Steve's joy. Then we headed into the Rainforest with
Mashaquipe, a local community company to explore and learn all about
the plants and wildlife. We stayed in an EcoLodge (Lee you would
loved Jamie, the tarantula which lived about 10 feet away from the
bedroom!) We were lucky to sleep under the stars in the jungle with
just a ...
... Our couple from Chili and I ran to the cliff, first we couldn't believe she really dissapeared in there! But yes the bike was there so it was for real!
Quick yelling for help and getting contact with the girl. Her brother freaked out but luckely she reacte that she was okay! Pfffff. Our guide and the other groups guide prepared themselves with climbing gear to get her up. It seemed she did "fly" down about 25 meters. After quiet a while on of the guide came up with ...
... to La Paz whilst still suffering. The fact that the journey involved a quick boat ride did not help. As we neared La Paz we saw a stunning view of the city from the road. The whole city is in a canyon with massive mountains all around it. It's the highest city in the world but I haven't been struggling with the altitude at all. Maybe I'm just used to it. First couple of days in La Paz I spent most of my ...