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... my bicycle.
La Paz with my bicycle was horrible, I thought I was getting sick at every corner. I will definitely remember that feeling there.....the worst of my bicycle 's experience.
A big tips for you traveller...if you need to go to Copacabana from La Paz, go to the cemetery and from there there are many bus or collectivo really cheap and quicker than the bus from the terminal.
... Temple of San Francisco (outside photo)
7. Temple of Santa Clara (outside photo)
8. Temple of Hospiclo (outside photo)
9. Plaza Colon
10. Monument of Simon Bolivar
11. Plaza of the Banderas
12. My favourite visited today is Cristo de la Concordia.
it was the hell long steps up the ascend stairs. I think more than thousands stairs to reach on the top hill. At first, there have a ski lift price is 10Bs round ...
... my new wonderful family and that evening we went to a house to mourn the recent passing of a friend's family member. This was a unique experience for me and I was glad to have the opportunity to learn more about the culture here. The evening of Nov 1st is a time for people to mourn the lost of loved ones either recently passed or been gone for years. A table is set with a plethora ...
... I did have a brownie with ice cream for dessert, so that was pretty good.
It looks like there are some pretty cool animals around here. I’ve seen a couple of monkeys and some beautiful parrots just milling around. I have a tour to see the bear tomorrow morning at 8am, and then I’ll get the full tour after that to se the rest of the animals they have here. I’m just hoping I can get some sleep tonight. All these animals are really ...
After an 8-hour bus ride and a trip to some of South America's most questionable bathrooms we arrived in Cochabamba, Bolivia. Cochabamba's laid back vibrancy is totally unlike the chaotic assault on the senses that is La Paz. This is no more evident than in the city's people. From our energetic Spanish Instructor Toni to my legendary host father Pepe (more on him later) the people of Cochabamba represent an ...