Morro Hostel

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

La Paz - Day 2

A travel blog entry by tnanoble on Apr 08, 2015

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... to the gym. We get back, shut the blinds, Aaron passes out as I lay awake warm under the bed covers using some wifi, but soon find myself tired also, so decide to nap as well. I wake up half an hour later and decide to wake Aaron as he had now slept for a good hour. We feel more lethargic, however I force myself out of the warm covers and put my gym gear on and encourage Aaron also. We put some upbeat music on, eat some peanuts for energy and head to the gym, aren't we good!? We ...

La Paz and Death Road

A travel blog entry by tomstafford on Feb 25, 2015

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We landed in La Paz late in the afternoon and the first thing that struck us was the altitude. La Paz sits between 3600 and 4100m above sea level, this makes even walking up stairs a breathless experience, especially as we had flown in from Santiago (pretty much sea level). Chewing coca leaves helped a lot with this and prevented sickness and head aches coming on. That evening we headed out into the bustle of this beautiful, busy and colourful city for llama bolognese ...

La Paz

A travel blog entry by don.vince on Feb 19, 2015

... decorated with antique things: pictures; maps; adding machines; Coca-Cola advertisements; till; toys; medals; everything.

La Paz is one of Bolivia’s capital cities, people are here to work, study, live, do stuff. I quite enjoy walking down the street and being ignored by people who are just living and doing their thing. Up until now, many of the places we’ve been have run purely on tourism and everyone ...

Death Road

A travel blog entry by selleneclark on Feb 18, 2015

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... out right past me! I promise you I have never jumped so high in my life. La Paz was a really cool city I thought because out of all the cities I have seen it conserves the indigenous culture the best. We went to something called the Witches Market which basically had all sorts of spiritual, superstitious stuff. There was lots of bizarre things mostly revolving around blessings and natural remedies (there were a LOT of remedies for impotency...maybe its something ...

Crossing the border

A travel blog entry by cazmar on Feb 14, 2015

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... an Elderly man carrying toilet rolls (72 i think) and what looked like hose piping and an elderly woman in typical Andean dress with her granddaughter sitting on her knee. I'm not lying there were around 17 of us crammed into a minibus that we would feel was a tight squeeze with 12 in! However for 15 bolivianos (around £1.50) for an hour and a half journey and a safe arrival into La ...