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... civilisations here had contact with other ancient civilisations from around the world. It was really interesting. We stopped for lunch on the way back and Vicki and I are a llama steak, it was ok but the lentil frittatas were better. Back in the city we found the Dutch pub for a beer and to check on the scores of the day. Australia lost to Spain, not shocked and Chile lost to the Netherlands, also not a shock. We had the best iced coffee. It was really nice. Nicky and I went for a ...
... Pachamama (earth god or Mother Earth) After the witches market the plan was to catch a bus to the Valle de Luna, however there was a slight problem. Throughout Bolivia at the moment the miners are striking for better working conditions and pay, and that morning there was a huge demonstration down the main street which diverted traffic. We had to catch a bus on the next block but we didn't move very far. After about 20 minutes having only moved two blocks, the both of us decided ...
... world (4,100m above sea level) with a better understanding of Our Saviour Jesus Christ, ready for an adventure in La Paz. From what we'd read in the Lonely Planet about La Paz we were pretty much expecting to get mugged or kidnapped right off the runway tarmac. However, we've come to realise that reading the Lonely Planet "Dangers and Annoyances" section is a bit like self-diagnosing on the Internet. You would never leave the comfort of your own sofa. ...
Today most of the group headed off to cycle death road so Ali, Louise and I went to do the free city walking tour. It was so great and told us loads of bizarre amazing stories about Bolivia, la Paz and the Cholitas (local women). It started outside the prison where we learnt about how the prisoners owned most of the prison as they'd bought land around the prison so as it expanded they owned the cells and rented them to other ...
... like Cusco on steroids.
As we drove down we could see why we couldn't be aboard Rosita in this city. The streets were narrow and the traffic was mayhem.
La Paz is unofficially the capital of Bolivia. It is where the Presidential Palace is and where the government resides.
Continuing our theme of being at altitude La Paz is 3,500 to 4,200 metres ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsElegance Hotel La Paz
Excellent stay, thanks to Marcello and the staff.
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