Los Balcones Blancos

Nicolas Acosta #477, La Paz, 7286, Bolivia | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from La Paz

El Alto

A travel blog entry by travelandtalk


... is absolutely glorious. Donīt expect central heating and hot showers though.
The city itself, for a capital, has a safe and pleasantly laid back atmosphere, and there is not too much car horn honking and general mayhem. Having said that, I would very much like to know what the noise is that sounds like gunfire that seems to happen quite frequently.
Of the main sights, the Coca Museum is a must. It gives ...

Bikes and boats in Bolivia

A travel blog entry by aliandhannah


... for a three hour drive to the start of the boat trip - though this is part of the fun - on the way we saw a cobra, caiman, very thin cows, giant gerbils, an armadillo cooking on a BBQ and several birds. Having met Nilo our guide, we got on the long boat and started our three hour trip to the lodge. Wildlife is everywhere there and on the way we saw cappuccino, squirrel and howler monkeys, Watsons, stalks, herons, vultures, cara caras, flycatchers and other birds but best of all ...

Oooh la la....paz

A travel blog entry by miriamandnikita


... at the bus Terminal they told us that no buses were leaving for Sucre that night, with no real explanation we just went back to the hostel. We later found out that there is a bus strike somewhere in the middle of the route we are headed and no buses were going south of La Paz the next night either. After 2 days of just hanging in La Paz we had to bite the bullet and skip a few cities on our agenda due to this strike so at the moment we are waiting for a bus that ...

La Paz, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by scottandcorrina


After a long bus ride from Puno and a long wait at the Bolivian border to get through, we arrived in La Paz. After a nice meal and a few drinks we settled in for the night to prepare ourselves for death road the next morning. The next morning we were up early for our death road cycle trip. We were driven an hour to the starting point where we were given our bikes and safety gear. We were then on the way, the ...

Week 5: Lake Titicaca (Peru & Bolivia) & L

A travel blog entry by mitchandsally


... are man-made Islands, built completely with totora reeds (which when peeled back can also used as food, which we saw first hand as one of the kids chewed away whilst we were there). We were given a mini demonstration of how the Islands are built, with lots and lots of layers of reeds interweaved to a depth of around 3 metres. We also took a trip on one of their boats, also built with reeds (and these days, stuffed with plastic bottles), across to the 'capital' of ...

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This hostel, located on Nicolas Acosta #477, La Paz, is near Gravity Assisted Mountain Biking, Museo de Coca, Mirador Laikakota, and National Museum of Art - Museo Nacional de Arte.
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