Bash and Crash Hostel

Address: Ingavi 681, La Paz, Bolivia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Ingavi 681, La Paz, is near Chacaltaya Ski Resort, Presidential Palace, Witches Market, and Muela del Diablo.
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          Travel Blogs from La Paz

          Going down down down down.

          A travel blog entry by andyandott on Feb 26, 2013

          Much to my relief we head down 1000m to La Paz today. Andy managed to talk the hostel owner in to giving us a lift the 5km to the cross roads. I was in no state to walk it as had had another bad night with an aching head.

          We waited anxiously at the crossroads for the bus. Knowing how useless the drivers were we were unsure if it would stop …

          More Carnaval!

          A travel blog entry by ajm56 on Feb 20, 2012

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          So, when Sean, Anna and I tried to leave the city today, turns out it's La Paz’ turn for Carnaval and the bus station is closed. Not only that, everything in town is also closed as it’s a city public holiday.

          OK, time for a plan B methinks.

          Hotels must still be open. Someone told me about a spa in Hotel …

          ILL BOOOOOOO

          A travel blog entry by ajm56 on Feb 21, 2012

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          Today I didn't care that I’m still stuck in La Paz cos I have caught some kind of stomach bug. I was back and forth to the loo all morning, but apart from that I slept all freaking day. I got up at 8pm, went upstairs, ate the rice Anna and Sean kindly got for me while they were out and went back to bed a couple of hours later. Productive day.

          Leaving Peru. La Paz, the world's highest city

          A travel blog entry by alisonhowarth on Sep 24, 2014

          34 photos

          Having had such an amazing time in Peru, I was sad to be leaving Cusco and the Peruvian Andes but looking forward to the next leg of my journey. Two countries down, four to go! I took the 10 hour Bamba Hop On/Hop Off bus between Cusco and Puno, which sits on the edge of the world's highest navigable lake (Lake Titicaca) and then from Puno to the …

          "No chico? Muy bien!!"

          A travel blog entry by shroudofturin on Aug 25, 2014

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          ... when I said I was single? "Muy bien!!! No chico?? Maybe in Bolivia (wink wink)". He then waved me through.

          The airport transfer was a little strange also. A man picked me up, then asked me to wait inside while he went out and hailed a taxi. He then travelled with me in the taxi, paid the taxi driver and left me at the hotel. Not exactly what I expected. No seatbelts in the back and an insane taxi driver was ...