Casa Grande Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... supermarket, grab some more peanuts, grapes, and a sneaky packet of jubes and feel that will suffice. It's only 1430 and we are feeling tired, so we head back to the hostel, grab our small bags and hang out upstairs where the computer and lounges are. We spend the remaining time left hanging out here, charging our phones and devices, using the wifi and catching up on our blogging. The time flew by and before we know it we are rushing downstairs, grabbing our bags from storage ...
... of a baptism! It starts on the main road from La Paz to the amazon, around 20km downhill on a good road, however this was definitely the scariest bit for me. Lorries that I needed to overtake, cars overtaking me and just getting used to being on a bike again! Then, after a 'light' breakfast snack, you get back on the minibus, are taken a bit further along this road to a track and here the real fun begins. For us it was still ...
... even though I couldn't feel my hands and feet starting to go numb too! I was last and also getting hungry! It was nice and smooth apart from the last bit which was dirt road which u didn't like. It was then when I found out that the death road was all like that and I wondered what I got myself into! Then we got to check point and had breakfast and bought ticket for death road. The bikes were loaded back onto the vans and we drove to the actual death ...
When we arrived in La Paz, Christian and I had no trouble finding Lisa and Danni at the bus station. We had all been on night buses so were keen to get to our hotel. We dropped off our bags then set off to find some wifi and breakfast. We filled in the day with a much needed shower, laundry and a poke around the witches market in La Paz. We had dinner at a Mexican ...
... than the last one.
Dakar fever has hit South America.
Tracy and Marion to Post Office to send stuff back home.
Post office was an interesting lesson. First you queue to have your parcel wrapped the Americas have to have the items stitched into a woven bag. The lady who kindly did this for Marian sight was so bad that ...