Bash and Crash Hostel
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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 …
Thursday 10th November:
Got the early bus this morning, as we were heading to Bolivias capital, La Paz. Once again we had to visit the same border crossing for the third time in 3 days... I was a little nervous that they were going to be suspicious of us entering, leaving and re-entering the country so many times... But no problems what-so …
... 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 ...
... head. I'd upload a photo and dedicate my victory to Petchy, me in the shirt they give you if you finish it holding up the empty bowl. I would of been so proud. Instead I sat on the toilet that night in pain and despair. That's all for now. In the next blog, fun at Loki hostel, English pub madness, my encounter with a guy who just got out of the infamous La Paz prison (have you read marching powder?), Bolivian female wrestling (cholitas), a Bolivian football match and ...
... was after 1 and we wanted to join a free walking tour of the city at 2 from Plaza San Pedro, near the famous San Pedro prison (from the book Marching Powder) but when we got there we discovered the tour looked to have around 50 or more people. We bailed, you cannot walk around a city with that many people. We wandered over to the prison to take some photos and ran into an American guy from New York called Dave. Dave claimed to be a prisoner on day release with only a couple ...