Fiesta Inn La Paz
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... by the way is traveling with me for the first time). We arrive at the airport and the check-in of the luggage is so smooth we end up with 2 hours to spare before our plane arrives. Breakfast at the airport was mediocre and priced accordingly for an airport, but overall everything is going well so far.Boarding time comes at 11:45am and we are airborne on time at 12:00pm. The plane is configured with 3 seats per row, so I ...
... a nasty sting. So shuffle I did. I wandered out about a hundred yards or so and was still only up to my knees in the water. Tanya shuffled out to see me and we admired the surroundings. It really was an incredible spot. We could almost see out of the mouth of the little bay that we were in and decided to go rent a tandem kayak at the snack bar. We were fairly out of shape and in need of exercise, but also needed some kayaking training for our trip ...
... our entire crew had dusted their meals. Our team cleaned up and we headed south back to La Paz. On the way back we stopped for sunset pictures in the desert. Tanya and I had appreciated Eric's safe driving throughout the day, but were quickly reminded that you should refrain from driving at night and wear your safety belt. We passed an adult cow that upon fist glance appeared dead, but after passing it, Eric could tell it was still alive. Just ahead we came across at ...
... said goodbye to Karla, who had been another really friendly host in Mexico and was finally going to catch up with my parents, but after buying a ticket to get the boat across to the mainland part of Mexico (again, annoyingly expensive) was told I needed to go and check in 3 hours before, giving me approximately, erm about zero time to get across the 20km to the port.
Walked into the centre with all my backpack, and was able to get a collective taxi pretty ...
... we found it in the end... Worth it for £ 25 for a 2-room 3-bed 'suite'. Perfect because all we wanted to do was eat and look at our lovely shiny new things, re-organise our luggage, undo Izzys hair and watch the latest Primeaval that Thomas has been downloading for a few days. In the evening we practiced our very bad Spanish by buying a mobile phone to use in Mexico, and failed to find a restaurant so ate some street ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center