Casa Grande Suites
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... we set off to climb up to a mirador and onto a glacial lake. A hard 3 hours of up hill and we made it to the lake which was jaw dropping - the turquoise blue of the lake against the bright white of the glacial and the grey stone was just beautiful. Cold as it was we spent time up here to absorb and just be with the peace of the mountains - something we will both miss and seek out again soon! We then made our way back down and continued on to our second ...
... it was. Was so proud of Alex who hasn't got on a bike for two decades - he managed it without falling off his bike and panicking and managed to pick up quite a lot of speed toward the end! The change of scenery from snow capped mountains to thick rainforest was crazy as was the change in temperature - 33 deg at the bottom!
Afterwards, we visited an animal sanctuary where 450 animals have been rescued from animal trafficking in Bolivia. We got ...
... guy I met mountain biking for a glass of wine and steak - so good - before going back to the hostel for one or two, or maybe more, beers. Don't remember going to bed, I blame the altitude, but a great fun night! On my final day I did some more walking around La Paz before taking a night bus down to the second capital city, Sucre, that evening. Picked up a blanket as I didn't want another cold night bus experience, although when I got on the bus it was by far ...
... thing that happened was when the five of us were looking for lunch. The locals were eating and celebrating in this street with tables and chairs laid out. We walked amongst it and got to a counter. Looking around Mikaela says 'it looks like it could be a wedding'. I'm good at bailing at things and feeling a little uncomfortable in this social situation we've found ourselves in I say 'oh it's a wedding, lets go, wouldn't want to crash a wedding'. So because of me we are making an exit ...
Left Chile and arrived in La Paz, Bolivia. Headed straight to Wild Rover and the bar. Played Trivia and won....I had to kiss all the women in the bar (on the cheek) faster than my competitor and nailed it! Went out to a club after, met some heavily tattooed locals.
Cal, Reece and Jarrod did the Death Road bike ride.
Went out for AESOME Indian, Reece tried to buy noris out front.
Spent a full day checking out the witch markets and bought some dope shoes. ...