Hostal Copacabana

Calle Illampu 734, Copacabana, Bolivia | Hostel
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The Surprising La Paz

A travel blog entry by keithandkim

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... and in good condition, but before we even left town the ride was rough and bumpy. This only got worse as the road swerved, went through runoff ditches and what seemed like kickers for a motocross course. But… half way the road turned to something similar to Canadian spring melt potholes, so we were used to it at least. The bumpiness was not helped by the huge mud tires on the bus and was also accompanied by the backfiring and roaring engine, which had me ...

Isla del Sol North

A travel blog entry by lpringle

4

... the journey back in our snail-boat. Amazingly we all fell asleep and woke to arriving in Copacabana an hour and a half later! There was one moment in the middle of the lake (which is huge and feels like you're in the ocean) where the engine conked out and we were worried we'd be stranded forever, but the driver got it sorted and on we went! We grabbed some dinner in town before heading to our bus to Puno which meant time for ...

La Paz, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by beccie_andy

8

We arrived in La Paz in the late afternoon and set off to find somewhere to stay. We had found somewhere on Trip Advisor that was cheap and well reviewed. Not entirely sure how - we're used to budget places but this was ****** beyond ******.

So the next day we moved to a place that didn't cost much more and was much nicer. It even had a pool table and table tennis and the breakfast room at the top had amazing views across the city.

Everyone we had ...

La Paz

A travel blog entry by david_irina

6

... 1082;ое. Они умели делат 00; в твёрд 99;х пород 72;х идеал 00;ные по форме фигур 99; и отвер 89;тия. ...

Day 332 - 339: A little Chile with a spicy Bolivia

A travel blog entry by djmorton

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152

... in. Instead, locals shop in the street markets. All over the two cities, streets close on the weekend and are replaced with stalls selling appsolutly everything you would find in a shop. Except here, the ladies (no males work the markets) are gutting fish next to the sacks of sugar or crates of apples. Yapas or freebies are given to those buyers who have formed relationship with the sellers. The markets we visited were 12 blocks x 12 blocks in size - huge, but not the biggest. ...

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