Casa Grande Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Well, you can imagine the thoughts I had going through my mind! It meant I would just have to keep running. I had negative 1 minutes to make it to the gate and all the while was hoping I was following the correct signs as concourse D twisted, turned, and forked a number of times around shops and restaurants! Then, I made it. I was 5 minutes late, but I made it. Luckily, people were still boarding because of some seat confusion.
Woohoo! I was Bolivia ...
In hindsight, we should have travelled by bus more often. It's far easier and generally more entertaining. On the route from Copacabana to La Paz you must cross a straight connecting the two parts of Lake Titicaca. A bridge is out of the question so everyone has to get off the bus and cross in a small boat (obviously for an extra cost). The bus also has to cross and it drives onto a wooden barge with barely any engine power and even less clearance. The buses are used to do this, but ...
... to try it. As Aaron wasn't feeling 100% , we only order one lunch special and decide to share it (as we knew it was going to be another 4 course meal this time). The menu was a pumpkin and cheese salad for entree, a broccoli soup, and a carrot and and broccoli quiche, with some sort of yogurt for dessert. All of it was delicious and rich in flavour, another good find!! I order my usual midday coffee, and we decide to head back to the hostel as Aaron needs to take a nap ...
... day. I got completely kitted out in a full face helmet with leg and arm pads and by the end was flying down the runs. It was the best mountain biking I have ever done and definitely one of the highlights of my whole trip. After a few slow days in La Paz we caught our flight to Los Angeles. We had to get 3 connecting flights just to get there and I must have eaten something dodgy because I was ill when we arrived in LA. Despite not having the ...
... rivers and went under waterfalls, Simon was loving it and I was starting to enjoy it even if my hands were fused to the breaks! At this point everybody was completely soaked through. We got around a corner to find there had just been a massive landslide where the waterfall took out half the already mini road. There were beaches, rocks and bashed road rails everywhere, at this point our small bus had to turn back as there was no chance of it getting down. ...