Pirwa Hostel La Paz
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On Tuesday morning, we had a pancake breakfast and were, then, picked up just after 8am. We got into a big bus, picked up two couples and drove to the port. Once there, we got on a motorboat with about twenty other people and set off. Lake Titicaca is on the border between Peru and Bolivia and has about 40 floating islands. Cruising on the Titicaca …
... anymore they instead bury a llama foetus under the corner of the building. The builders do this right at the beginning of the project and then spend the week getting drunk all in the name of appeasing Pachamama. So if you're reading this Kevin McCloud, make sure you factor that into your timings if building a holiday home in Bolivia. If you think that's strange what about an inmate-run prison? Yep, the main prison in La Paz is called San Pedro ...
... some football (soccer) games at the pub. Merryn and Chrissy organised our next adventure in Bolivia with another tour.
That evening our tour leader Tony orgnaised a group dinner to farewell us and welcome the new people joining the existing tour.
After dinner we sadly said our goodbyes to the group of awesome people we had spent such a fun time with since the beginning ...