Central Guest House

Address: Obispo Cardenas 1451- prolongacion calle Potosi, La Paz, 70127 , Bolivia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from La Paz

La Paz and El Alto (2)

A travel blog entry by rinscosta on May 20, 2015

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... my head. He fumbles a bit in his drawers and produces two other potions. One stinging like hell, the other soothing. My head is wiped with a cloth for the last time and he indicates it's over. The three must have referred to the number of treatments I was going to have, the clipper, the rasor and the potions. I put my glasses on and in the mirror in the mirror I see a completely bald shining ball, the back of my head. It occurs to me the back of my head has a strange shape. Like ...

Flight from Uyuni to La Paz

A travel blog entry by ianandsarah2014 on Apr 07, 2015

7 photos

... on themselves there was no toilet and no respite as the tiny little plane then hit hail. We, the sturdy group at the front, coped by laughing, putting our bags on our laps (to avoid vom trails) and waiting for the hell to end. Even Fran was strong like bull which considering half the people on the flight were being sick was incredible. No selfies taken at the end of the flight, out of ...

La Paz

A travel blog entry by ~kirin~ on Mar 19, 2015

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... The Cholitas are traditionally dressed women wrestling! There was a small kid who every now and then would run up and kick the fighters when they were down!! We got some pictures with the Cholitas at the end of the night. On Friday Matt did the Death Road bike ride - a four hour bike ride down the World's Most Dangerous Road. It starts off at 4700 metres and ends at 1100 metres. I decided to skip it - I ...

Death Road

A travel blog entry by selleneclark on Feb 18, 2015

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The last few days have been so action packed. From Uyuni we stopped for one night in Potosi on the way to La Paz to break up the journey a little bit. Potosi is a small mining town famous for silver products. It has notoriously bad working conditions in the mines with temperatures of up to 50 degrees. It is also famous because just a few years ago you could buy dynamite from street vendors and there was no rules as to who was allowed to buy it. That has changed ...

Crossing the border

A travel blog entry by cazmar on Feb 14, 2015

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... a nice chap who was able to answer my (broken Spanish) questions and he even shared his blanket with me (it was freezing!) and I managed to get a few hours sleep in before we arrived at 0600. After getting off the bus, claiming my bag, and finding out where immigration was (around the corner) all in Spanish, I then proceeded to stand in a queue until immigration opened at 0730. Another very ...