Hacienda Villa del Sol

Av. La Florida, La Paz, Bolivia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from La Paz

Bolivia - Land of the "Not So Free"!

A travel blog entry by connieeasley on Aug 08, 2014

2 comments, 15 photos

I'm sitting at the Arequipa, Peru airport in a small cafe, waiting for my lunch of empenadas, some kind of potatoes (if some of you who I bored last year remember - Peru has 5,000 kinds of potatoes - little tidbit of knowledge), and yet another Cusquena (beer - yes, it is 11:30 am). Sometimes I feel a little like Anthony Bourdain of Parts Unknown, yet I know where I am and I'm not getting paid, not nearly as ...

Stuff that happened in La Paz and Coroico

A travel blog entry by cracka on Aug 05, 2014

16 photos

... follow me in. Later we went to the pub and I asked Leandra with a point at my beanie 'do you like Chile?' No she said seriously. So now I don't wear my Chile beanie around La Paz. But also maybe don't walk around at night with drugs and alcohol on you staring down cops wearing face masks who look like they're off to war. The first of August is Bolivia's independence day and they celebrate for a week with marching parades etc. I was sick during this period so I didn't get to see much but ...


A travel blog entry by skannyboy on Jul 06, 2014

1 comment, 28 photos

... nothing for warmth which made for a freezing night. Added to this half of us got food poisoning in the night, although luckily not me.
This meant we were a bit lacklustre the next day which was fine as we spent the day seeing volcanic rocks and flamingos. That night was less ill but due to the altitude it was much colder so we pushed all the beds together to make a giant bed; que Jenny's German friend Hannah shouting "its all about gap minimisation!"

The big city

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Jun 26, 2014

71 photos

... the current government is trying to extradite him, and the Bolivian people hope to hang him from the above lamp-post). The current president sounds like a funny fellow - the first indigenous president, he is apparently doing a pretty good job of running the country at the same time as insulting everyone, from gays to women to foreign powers. It sounds like he does a lot of apologising.

Following the tour (feeling very ill now) we returned to the hostel to pack for our short ...

Finally heading to Bolivia

A travel blog entry by gahanoverseas on Jun 21, 2014

7 photos

... the car seat. I reached around the seat and started snatching it all back and yelling 'he is taking my money' perhaps not the wisest thing for a girl with no self defence skills...who cares, I was ****** at him now. Before I could blink he had reached around, grabbed Craig's passport and emergency cash holder, ripped US$800 out threw the passport back, I was trying to snatch all the money back now I knew he was dodgy, but no luck, the cab pulled over, our ...