Casa Grande Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... we got a hot meal (chicken, veg and rice) which was surprisngly tasty and they also had Focus playing in English to keep us entertained. It was however a little hard to hear it and as I have already seen it I had to keep informing Elaine of what was going on. We tried our best to sleep but it was a little difficult as we were perished even with the blankets and pillows that were provided and wearing everything we owned. We arrived in the ghost town of Uyuni around 8am the next morning and got a taxi to our hostel.
... 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 ...
... looking forward to finding out how to get in there. This dream was shortly crushed when the walking tour explained the government has now made prison tours illegal and the consequences are not worth the risk. The guards even stop you from taking photos of the outside. The tour continued with the history of the traditional cholita dress style, a tour of the food markets (supermarkets are few and far between in La Paz) every Sunday you go to the markets to buy your weeks ...
... this fuel stop for use on our return North.
Next stage was the 200 km mountain section to Potosi. Nice clear day although a little cool (low teens and lower as the sun lowered). Stopped halfway to transfer fuel and to add clothing. While stopped a truck driver stopped too and told us of a motorcycle accident up ahead. Off again and soon found 3 guys and 4 bikes. One a BMW F800GS had low-sided. Looked rideable but the rider was already away for medical attention.
... more than my legs because of the 3500m or so above sea level. I had totally gassed myself and was still trying to catch my breath 5-10mins later. We get to the top, take a few snaps, admire the view and think about what else we want to do for the day. It's around noon, and Aaron mentions he feels nauseous and unwell, so we decide it's time for lunch as that might make him feel better. As we walk back down into town, we try to find a place for lunch. As we do, we came across ...