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
... knows everyone in La Paz and they've gone to the VIP to drink with the owners. When they reappear I have a tattoo on my toe and Michaela promises me we'll sing Khe Sahn as karaoke is on. All of a sudden it's closing time, the karaoke is shut off and drunk, coked up gringo workers behind the bar are trying to get everyone out... 'khe sahn you ****ers!' I remind them. I don't know what went on in the VIP room but the girls are sloshed. Leandra can't stand up. Or walk. Being this drunk ...
... to keep food - walked to the witch market again to look for the famous alpaca jumpers that more and more people were wearing - and we were successful. Savannah had also decided to buy an Argentina shirt for her brother - Although I tried to convince her the Germany shirt would be a better investment, we finally found what we were looking for. Savannah also showed me where she had bought some of her souvenirs so that we managed to score a pretty a good deal and returned to ...
21 June 2014 Our bus left on time this time, which is lucky as our bus from La Paz to Uyuni leaves at 9pm and we are supposed to pay for and pick up the tickets this afternoon. Our Tour Peru bus is quite nice but the trip out of Puno is dusty and dirty...a sign of the next few hours to come apparently. We skirt Lake Titicaca for five hours then reach the border. We had read the Peru / Bolivia border can be long and tiresome, but our guide on the bus made sure we ...
... for making Ric go horseriding ;) I'm so glad I did! We started our ride on a sealed road before Death Road, riding down between huge, steep mountains and trying not to get too distracted by the beautiful scenery. I felt quite safe with our elbow and knee pads, gloves, full helmets and thick pants and jackets. After about half an hour, we stopped and drove uphill to the start of death road which was covered in cloud. The cloud quickly disappeared and ...