Morro Hostel

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

To Bolivia and la Paz we go!

A travel blog entry by racheljaynet on Jun 15, 2015

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... could have stayed longer. Carlos and sarah also vanish here without a trace - hope all is well. We then bowl on bus to head to la Paz, which also involves a cheeky gasoline smelling river crossing. I essentially rave at wife for five hours while fay crochets (beautiful little hearts - mwah!) and sings along, what a legend. The French people behind are less happy with our work, and Belinda is excluded as she's too young to appreciate Samantha mumba. Raring to go we arrive at La Paz, ...

Highest city in the world

A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Jun 01, 2015

30 photos

... a parade on in the centre of the town that we stumbled across. It passed the time till we needed to get dinner. Our last meal, and it needed to be a good one. We couldn't have a repeat of the other day. We needed a filling meal that wasn't going to cause Maureen and I tummy problems for the 11 hour bus ride. The one place we could rely on was, the one and only, mozzarella pizzeria. Three days, three pizza's =heaven. After dinner, we gathered our belongings and made our way to the bus ...

La Paz and El Alto (1)

A travel blog entry by rinscosta on May 18, 2015

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... over the cities. In complete silence. Down in the city it is crowds, odors and noises. Beep beep and honk all around and the stink of gasoline and diesel is everywhere. Little buses transport thousands of people to a destination that someone yells from the open window. Bigger colourfull buses have destinations that are painted on a sign in the front window. Every time they stop ten to twenty people step out and guess what, the number of people in the ...

Day 102

A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on May 13, 2015

... have a heavyset roundy frame and wear long skirts, cardigans and bowler hats. Irish girls could learn a thing or two from the Bolivians. I'd much rather see a bird in a cardigan and a bowler hat than a pair of Freddy jeans and a t-shirt. There's nothing quite like it. We got back to the hostel around 5pm and were still wrecked from the night before so we chilled out and then said our goodbyes to Padraic who was leaving early the ...

At the Copa, Copacabana (and La Paz)

A travel blog entry by lukas.g on Apr 27, 2015

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... I was worthy, in the eyes of this man, of photography.

The rest of my La Paz stay was quite uneventful, apart from being caught on camera by the Google Streetview Car. Hopefully it’ll come out clearly when they release it in a few months. The next part of my trip, however, promises to be one of the best. I’m off to Rurrenabaque in the Bolivian Amazon, where I will spend 3 days in the wetlands having the chance to see an incredible array of wildlife and ...