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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
... nothing on us coz we hadn't been to the bank he just smiled and said thanks for talking to me. Then he told us where to buy the cocaine made in the prison and left.nit was an interesting conversation and we didn't know how much to believe, not much I'm assuming. We headed back into the city to pick up a CD about the Serere park we went to from the main office. The disk was waiting for us and we found Liz in there waiting to go and get a police report for her stolen goods. ...
Snow surrounded us when we stepped out of the bus to get into our gear and gather our bikes. We hadn't expected it but the more you thought about it the more it made sense. We set off for what would be the first of numerous legs. Death road would come shortly but first we had a long descent down a Tarmac road. The road wound down the side of the mountain. It wasn't ...
... city in Bolivia, and sits in a bowl surrounded by the high mountains of the altiplano. As the city has grown, the shops and houses have climbed further up the hillside, resulting in varying elevations from 3,200m to 4,100m, with the dodgier areas being higher up!
After a walk around the streets, we found a vegetarian cafe for lunch, and I had a lentil burger (comfort food), whilst Mr H tucked into a lasagne. I also indulged in a cup of Twinnings ...
... One estimate is that 200 to 300 travellers are killed yearly along the road although that number is expected to drop with the completion of a bypass for the most dangerous section of the road. The road is decorated with crosses on many of the spots where vehicles have drifted over the edge.
Timing is everything, and although it wasn't particularly fair, after a bit of Coca tea (made with cocaine leaves), and during a particularly oxygen-deprived moment, I was able to get ...
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