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Travel Blogs from La Paz

La Paz round 1

A travel blog entry by kerriegee


... through the stores looking at some local things, jewellery, scarves, alpaca stuff and leather bags. I just had a but of a look for what I want when we return to La Paz after the jungle treks. For dinner we found a Mexican restaurant around the corner from the Dutch pub, which had a special on chilli con carne. It was really cheap and so good. We think we might go back for Vicki's birthday dinner. We tried to get our free beer from the hostel bar but as usual there was no one around to serve ...

La Paz

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared


... the tour and continue our bag and jacket shopping. Many stores later we had found what we were looking for and decided it was time to mill over our options at lunch. Back again to the market, this time for chicken, potato and some funny bean concoction that was a little meaty flavoured. On the way back to the hostel we found another bag and jacket shop so we decided to go on and take a look. If we had found this place earlier we could have saved a lot of time and effort walking to ...

Best go for the hairy llama foetus

A travel blog entry by philandmups


... La Paz far nicer than expected and didn't feel unsafe at all. It's one of the most strikingly unusual cities in the world with its location in, and up the sides of, a massive valley high up in the Andes mountains. Driving back in to the city at night from up high is a sight well worth seeing. It does make it a little tiring wandering the hilly streets at such altitude though. We were out of breath even having been at altitude for a few weeks now. I ...

La Paz Walking Tour

A travel blog entry by lpringle

... entrepreneurship went even further to setting up small businesses inside the prison (shops, restaurants, mechanics etc) and have sold the sole advertising rights inside to coca cola! The roof is also only semi attached and we saw one prisoner sitting on the roof and one pop out of a hole during our tour! We also heard stories about traditions which involve burying llama foetuses for Pachamama under all new buildings, and ...

La Paz

A travel blog entry by joeandmez


... level depending on where you are. Again as a result walking a flight of stairs or up a steep street was enough to put us out of breath. We are all hoping when we get home we will be able to run full marathons.

That day we all shared a big lunch together and that night we all partied as this was officially the end of our tour with the group. We did however stay another night in the ...


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