Central Guest House

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

Santa Cruz trek - Huaraz

A travel blog entry by pipandmatt on Oct 26, 2014

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... 4750m - so with determination and smiles we set off and after 20 mins or so our moods lifted as the clouds did and we started our ascent up to the pass - a zigzag path up the rock face that we shared with the mules stopping to let them pass every so often. On the way up we were treated with views of the valley and another glacial lake with its turquoise green water. After just under 3 hours we made it to the top of the pass and peered over to the other side of ...


A travel blog entry by millsie09 on Sep 24, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

3.00 am, Up for breakfast 4.00 am, Pickup & 30min trip to Airport,No issues with Immigration etc Took off at 6.30 arriving at Santa Cruz at 8.00 am. Lumpy flight climbing out of La Paz, also slower climb due to Altitude. 2 & half hr layover here. 10.45, in the air again, arrive at Buenos Aires at 3.00 pm. Picked up. & transfered to Pestana Hotel down town Buenos Aires. Briefing from female Guide, jury out on her ...

Stuff that happened in La Paz and Coroico

A travel blog entry by cracka on Aug 05, 2014

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... bought a cake and we all sing happy birthday. So nice. I'm still deciding if we stayed so long in La Paz because of the deep fried mars bars or because we met Jess, Mikaela and Jay. So much love. And Leandra! Drinking at the pub and Leandra asks if we'd like to go to a football match that's coming up. She gets us jerseys and tickets and we join a tour group with other gringos and walk to the stadium. Admittedly I haven't seen much football around the world. But this is the biggest and ...

La Paz

A travel blog entry by tomellams on Jul 24, 2014

... the next day. I had to be at a cafe in the middle of town by 7am for the Death Road trip, which is a cycle down the world's most dangerous road (or used to be; a recently built alternative route means it's now 2nd to one in India). The trip was unbelievable, probably my best day so far, the first few miles is on proper roads and you descend at about 80kmh! After that you go onto the proper Death Road with up to 500m shere drops off ...

On National TV

A travel blog entry by kildala on Jan 18, 2010

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... 8217; second term and the unity of the native population from Peru, Chile and Bolivia. There was a colourful new flag full of different colour squares. Waving their new flag, I was settling in for what seemed to be a long wait. I was standing behind the police line in front of about 40 people in native dress, the women with lots of colourful skirts, twirling around to the rhythm of the music from their band behind. The Bolivian couple that I have ...