Alcala Apart Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... tons of rice, chips and noodles. It was insane value! We then went and bought a bottle of rum and 2 litre coke for around $2 AUD each...crazy. We sat on the street and drank the entire bottle while having good chats and banter about everything we could think of. We then went back to the hostel where we sat at the bar playing cards with two South Africans named Pierse and Kirsty. It was an awesome first day in Bolivia and I'm super excited for what's to ...
... eyes up to horizons made of jagged and snow-capped mountains. If I was to come back to Bolivia, exploring the mountains would be my priority. All I can imagine when staring at them, is the copious amounts of snow and first decent ski-lines on perfect cliff-sculpted mountain faces. When we entered Bolivia, our purchased visas remain valid for ten years, so we ought to get are moneys worth. I'll ski and climb while the girls find cheap shopping for quality products, a perfect ...
... to get here, we decided we would get a decent sleep as we both felt a little run down, and in my case suffering with a small fever. After a hefty lie in, we felt alot better and more refreshed. Our plans for our first day was to explore some of the city and to plan our next leg of the journey to the salt flats. After some lunch, we headed around the city and saw some of the main sites such as the San Francisco church, what we soon realised was that this city was rather large, and ...
... the altitude well (plus 3 pharmacists ment we were all drugged up with altitude medications!) so we decided to go down Death Road, the worlds most dangerous road on mountain bikes the next day. It was so much fun. We were all kitted out in all the gear from protective clothing, knee and elbow pads and crash helmets from Altitude tours! We were quite a big group but had great guides and all really enjoying flying down the road but we took care on ...
... in a similar situation. Good ol’ NHS.
So we suddenly had a few days hanging around in La Paz we hadn’t planned, so we worked and read and the girls did a bit more shopping. Obviously.
Rob and I had one peaceful day by ourselves wandering the streets the way we like to, with no “why are we walking here?” or “when are we going back?” or “ooh look at this 547th shop full of bracelets”. The streets of La ...