Hostal Copacabana

Address: Calle Illampu 734, Copacabana, Bolivia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Calle Illampu 734, Copacabana, is near Plaza Murillo, Iglesia de San Francisco, Muela del Diablo, and Presidential Palace.
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    Copacabana, Sun Island and fabulous food

    A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Sep 10, 2015

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    ... proceeded to walk the 150 metres uphill to the Bolivian border to be stamped in. For the first time, our local tour company had provided transport for our suitcases so we were saved the laborious task of dragging our wheelie suitcases with us. It was, however a tough job for the 2 men with trailers that dragged it all up.

    One of the Bolivian officials was particularly ...

    Her name was Lola

    A travel blog entry by sarahandliz on Aug 16, 2015

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    ... realised it was still an hour and a half until sunset so we set on our way down in the light to make sure we didn't fall off the edge by going down in the dark! (Don't worry Mum, we had brought our torches just in case!) This did mean we could sit on the jetty for sunset and watch the sunset on the Lake for our last day before heading off again for new sights. Luckily it was yet another beautiful sunset and a nice chance to catch our breath after the afternoons' ...

    Reaching for the Heavens - Mount Illimani Climb

    A travel blog entry by on Jun 30, 2015

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    ... speak the language of local villagers.

    The base camp is at 4500 meters elevation (14,700 feet). It is a large meadow just below the giant hulk of Mount Illimani, where llamas, horses, and sheep that belong to local Aymara villagers graze. The toilet situation was decent but not as luxurious as the Condoriri base camp. Since we arrived at midday, there was time to kill so I ventured off to see nearby areas on foot. I hiked up a small hill, came across a large herd ...

    La Paz and El Alto (2)

    A travel blog entry by rinscosta on May 20, 2015

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    ... be frightened anymore. NB. Question for Dr. D. Would you call this a coincidence? Yesterday while we were looking at the city from the cable car I noticed among thousands of houses below, a Volkswagen Camper on a courtyard of what looked like a Volkswagen specialist garage. One wheel was off the camper and a woman an a dog were sitting next to it, obviously waiting for it to be repaired. Must be at Ernesto's, a VW and Toyota specialist, who's name we got from Marco, says Maarten. While ...


    A travel blog entry by alexliz on May 11, 2015

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    ... makes me look like a pack a day smoker. This meant we would be taking things slower than usual for the next little while, but La Paz was worth the pain. On our first full day we set off in the morning on a city walking tour with Red Cap Walking Tours. What a great introduction to the city. We met in the plaza which was opposite San Pedro prison, for those of you who have read Marching Powder you know exactly what this notorious prison represents. Knowing there are prison tours ...

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