Morro Hostel

Address: Munoz Cornejo 2707/2708, La Paz, Bolivia | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from La Paz

La Paz July 28th - August 3rd

A travel blog entry by mariekell on Jul 28, 2015

... do a 12 pubs on it and have rules for every round, only one rule actually worked out though and that was the foreign accent round. Elaine did an American accent and she ended up chatting to this lad at the bar who was actually from America! What are the chances like! We stayed in the bar drinking and tearing up the dance floor for the next few hours. Myself and Elaine nearly lost our lives when Talk Dirty came on (as we did a routine to that song for Panto two years ago) ...

Day 373: Condoriri Trek and La Paz, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Jul 17, 2015

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... When we arrived in Milluni, I was surprised to find a mining town that felt completely abandoned aside from the several workers that were blowing things up and transferring rocks from one place to another. There was an old school building and other buildings that held a purpose at one point but everything was rundown; kind of sad to see actually. We waited for a while in Milluni and were able to find a guy with a van who could take us to El Alto ...

Severely jet lagged at 4,000m above sea level!

A travel blog entry by chris93savory on Jul 16, 2015

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... marching through the streets, for some sort of celebrations that we didn't know about, but was good fun to wander around with them, until we couldn't muster the energy anymore! Later we concede defeat for local cuisine and go for a tasty pizza dinner, where I'm literally falling asleep at the table, so by 8pm we eagerly retreat back to the hostel and sleep almost 12 hours straight, at ...

Lofty Metropolis of the Highland Indian People

A travel blog entry by on Jun 26, 2015

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... main promenade of La Paz and the many neighborhood squares show formal Spanish colonial influence. At dusk, a bustling street dining scene warm up chilly evenings along these public squares and promenades -- colorfully dressed native women serving mainly beef and potato skewers in rows of food stalls. Very large portions predominate at informal restaurants serving local people, surely due to the need for high calories to go about life in this cold, oxygen-poor environment.

Verlorenes Gepäck & Die Todes Strasse

A travel blog entry by bjoern84 on Jun 01, 2015

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... und konnte sie gut auf der Überfahrt unterhalten. Nun hieß es wieder ab in den Bus bis nach Copacabana. Lost luggage & The death road Early in the morning my flight went with the Amazonia airline Asuncion via Santa Cruz to La Paz. The Amazonia was unfortunately the only airline that flew to La Paz, so I had to fly with this airline again despite bad experiences. The flight to La Paz went smoothly and I was back at the baggage claim, hoping that this time my ...