Hostal Copacabana

Calle Illampu 734, Copacabana, Bolivia | Hostel
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A travel blog entry by gemma_doogal


Woke up for breakfast before our bus from La Paz to Copacabana. We were very annoyed that breakfast wasn´t ready as we had very little time to eat before our bus. Waited for about 15 mins in which time we even started a queue, at which point someone walked past and tried the door,
which just opened, and breakfast was ready inside. We got a few …

Titicaca (its a bit nice here!!!!)

A travel blog entry by richymariner


You cant come all this way without stopping at Lake Titicaca (wonder what the diving is like?). Its beautiful, and the scale of it is mind boggling (3800m above sea level, 8372 sq. km- thanks wikipedia!). Like most, I stayed in Copacabana. Even getting here is fun, with the coach being transferred by barge across one of the smaller stretches of the …


A travel blog entry by matthewcarey


The boarder crossing from Peru to Bolivia was one of the strangest i have ever been through the bus drops you off on the Peruvian side and you go through passport control then walk to the Bolivian passport control at no point does anyone search you or you bags it was so layed back it was almost unreal. i arrived in copacabana on the 15 of Feb an …

Lake Titicaca Via Copacabana

A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves


... we’ve seen here in Bolivia. Carlos says the meat from these cows is by far the best in Bolivia because they eat fresh grass from soil that is very salty.

We were given a choice tonight for dinner. It was either beef or chicken. Carlos had promised us we’d have the best trout we had ever had, but he didn’t know there were going to be five delegates from the U.S. Embassy staying here tonight. I ...

Bolivia, Part 1

A travel blog entry by rhea_


... too (seriously – dried llama foetuses for sale – apparently you put them under your doormat as a good luck omen. Certainly not good luck for the poor llama). Anyway, dried llama aside, I really think that markets like this are the way forward for our communities back home – it has all the convenience of the supermarket, being able to pick up you meat, fish, veg, cleaning products and the rest of it all in one go, however, the produce is local and run ...

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