Parque Ecologico Hotel El Castillo del Loro
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... was a bit of a different feeling, but it made sense.
Next we had lunch, loaded the bikes onto the van, and drove 8km further to the start of the old death road (recently bypassed for cars). We basically rode down that for the next several hours taking breaks along the way and taking in countless amazing views. About halfway down is the section where the Bolivia episode of Top Gear was filmed at the San Juan waterfall.
... snake- the 2nd most venomous in the world! We were staying in a lodge right by the river, there were even monkeys in our camp. We watched the sunset over the pampas and then get the boat back to the lodge, spotting the glowing eyes of the caiman along the way. The following morning we went out looking for anacondas. Unfortunately we were unsuccessful on our mission but it was still quite cool walking through the pampas. After a siesta we went piranha fishing. It was crazy ...
... the mountain though are just incredible. It is a 64km ride and the first 20km is on a smooth road, not death road, to get use to the bike. We had a practice on a 200m stretch that was really rocky and apparently worst than death road and my brake fell off!!! I was slightly concerned that it wasnīt a great start, but they fixed it and it didnīt happen again, which was good! We had a great guide called Andy, who gave us loads of info about the death road. When it was ...
... take the first time because we didn't have the right ticket. We also had a walk past San Pedro prison, we decided that even if you could still do a tour inside that we wouldn't having heard the reports!!! That night we had another great meal, this time in a Cuban restaurant.
Our next stop is the Amazon jungle and the town of Rurrenabaque, the gateway to Madidi National Park which is one of the most bio-diverse areas in the world.
... woulf be cheaper but would cost me a day in La Paz and the cost of the room I had booked
there. Neither of these options sounded very appealing.
I started walking up and down to the window again. It was nearly 6 am now. Granted, this bus was coming all the way from Lima and it could have a 1.5 delay, but it didn't look good. And just when I started thinking about calling Ormeņo to see if anyone would answer I saw a bus turn into the station with the ...