Hostal Copacabana

Address: Calle Illampu 734, Copacabana, Bolivia | Hostel
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      At the Copa!

      A travel blog entry by dc91 on Jan 03, 2015

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... vegetation, but this revealed the many different geologic colours and contours to be seen around the lake on a grand scale. The lake itself was enormous - more of a small sea than a lake.

      After the border crossing - and noting a change in the Andean appearance of the people (more on that later) a small cove in the lakeside opened up, revealing the town of Copacabana. The low buildings cascading up the steep hillside is reminiscent of pictures I have seen of ...


      A travel blog entry by leemclennan on Dec 29, 2014

      ... but a bit touristy. Had a walk round town and found a place to stay (Hostel Sofia). Had lunch and a beer on a rooftop bar overlooking the lake. Had a siesta and checked out some other hostels for New Year and booked a boat ticket to Isla del Sol for the next morning. Had a couple of drinks at a bar and chatted to a couple of Argentinian guys before ...

      Day 37 - 110mph through remote Bolivian villages

      A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 26, 2014

      15 photos

      ... mother earth 'deserves something sweet'. The dead llama is there because it is expected to carry the wishes and desires to mother earth in the after life.

      I was interested to hear about all of the different sacrifices but was most surprised by the potions and powders that were being sold. There were love powders that were expected to draw the object of attraction to whoever sprinkled the powder on their prey. There was also a small vile of 'love perfume'. I had ...

      La Paz

      A travel blog entry by shazbattical on Nov 23, 2014

      3 photos

      ... the seats reclined but an idiot desgined the seats. They reclined so much that the person behind literally could not move and was stuck in a semi-table pose for 12 hrs and only on really careful manouvering of the type that means you are not asleep, can you turn around. And add in the immensly bumpy road on top of that and it was no surprise at all that there were absolutely no snores on the bus. Not even a gentle snort. Everytime we came to some halt, ...

      La Paz, Bolivia

      A travel blog entry by slaw on Nov 13, 2014

      34 photos

      ... last year. You can still see evidence of mud brick in some of the farther parts of the city, otherwise most buildings are made of brick. There's construction everywhere. And people don't hassle you the same here when you shop. That's a nice change. You can still see the cholitas (traditional women) walking the streets with their big bowler hats and wide skirts selling fresh fruit and veggies but you also see young Bolivian women with sleeve tattoos and fashionable attire. The night ...

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