Casa Grande Suites
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After a 10-hour flight we arrived in Bolivia. In the airport, when we went to take our luggage,
we waited for an hour but we couldn't find it. We went to the information desk
to tell the woman about our trouble but she couldn’t find it on her computer.
After a long time searching for it, a guard found it. We spent all the
... 7 (so found a nearby hotel to crash in), going on a walking tour with local guide Yecid Morales (no relation to the president!) was the best thing I could have done. PRISONS, MARKETS, WITCHES & LLAMAS A couple of highlights : 1. Visiting San Pedro prison (setting of the famous Marching Powder book - which I still haven't read!) : a prison with no guards. Essentially controlled by the inmates who work to pay for their cells. The prison walls are made of mud (seriously!) and can ...
... Now I know. Twin engine! Did I have any idea that those things flew anymore? Particularly in the Andes Mountains? Kept waiting for a jet to pull up to the empty jetway, but then they call us to board. Board where? Oh, outside....down the stairs....to that prop plane? You have got to be kidding me! Pray, pray, pray! OK. I can handle this. One hour.
Time to get off. Thank heavens. Made it. We all get ...
One more sleep before la paz, there wasn't much else to do in copa so I said to chels "do you wanna play monopoly on the iPad?" She said "depends, am I going to win?" Towards the end of the game and I was winning then chels "got a headache" so the game was abandoned. The next day we got on a bus for a 4 hour stint to La Paz. There was something a little different about this bus ride though. About an hour or so in to the trip, ...
... in his disapproval - Bolivians are still devastated that they never got a photo of him there), and the government palace. Here we were given a brief history of Bolivia's leadership, including the president that was hanged from a tree by the people in that very square (where now a statue and lamp-post stand in, according to the guide, 'the most awkward memorial in the world'), and the drunkard president who screwed the country and robbed them before excaping the ...