Parque Ecologico Hotel El Castillo del Loro
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from La Paz
... the go pro is temporarily out of action. We stop, have some non vegetarian sandwiches and Jo bows out feeling a bit too dizzy for winding road cycling. We get cracking again after a short and rainy drive and this bit is amazing, suspension rocking, unable to see for mud in your eye and all over bumps and winds we tear down. I form a little posse with fish and Alex, and basically lose my ****. We pass some bell end groups who try to ride us off road and there is also a really ...
... our table, people trying to take a seat. That must be the moment that one of the guests decides to pick Maartens telephone from the pocket of his jacket, hanging over his chair. Our first meeting with La Paz matches the Lonely Planet description and the signs on the wall. Beware of petty crime. The rest of the evening cannot be spent on finding beer and a proper restaurant. We have some administration to do, like changing passwords and blocking the ...
... with it. I was up first and after they strapped me in they told me to stand up on the ledge. It mightn't sound high but I can tell you if your standing on a ledge 50m high and you look down your stomach will turn over. The hardest part of the whole thing was getting yourself to 90 degrees so you could walk down the building. It meant having to keep your legs straight and leaning forward out over the building. As I stood there I kept trying to lean forward but my body just wouldn't ...
... self-regulated community. If you have money you live like a king - hot tubs, satellite TV and cocaine parties apparently manufactured inside the prison!). So much so, that many of the rich prisoners don't want to leave. If you have no money then it's a miserable existence. The prison used to be 'open' to tours for backpackers and whilst this was never legal it was apparently standard practice. One Australian backpacker liked it so much that he stayed inside for months, and ...
... got a bit more confidence and started fanging it down those hills (ok Harry was fanging it, but I felt like I was going really fast!). It's pretty intense having huge cliff faces next to you and trying to dodge the 'baby heads' (rocks as big as baby heads!), but the view is breathtaking and boy did we feel alive when we finished! Never had adrenalin running through us like that. Felt amazing and just loved life after that! ...