Hacienda Villa del Sol

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

La Paz round 2, the sequel

A travel blog entry by kerriegee


... the bikes Chelo talked us through his instructions and let us know what to expect for the first section of the road. After a few photos we were off. The first part was paved and we were riding downhill to the first checkpoint and it was a good beginning allowing us to get used to the bikes etc. we stopped a couple of times to look at the view, take some pictures and get our instructions for the next part of the road. We stopped at the first checkpoint then it was ...

Chaotic & mad... there's something about La Paz..

A travel blog entry by ru_and_dan


... swarmed San Francisco square where at first we thought that pigeons were attacking a mother and her two children until we saw that the mother was actually encouraging the pigeons to fly and land all over them!

The Witches' Market on Calle Jiminez and Linares, selling llama fetuses and dried frogs for Aymara rituals, dried herbs, seeds, soapstone figurines ...

Uyuni, Potosi, Sucre and La Paz, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy


... minutes my group came and rescued me. Two bites of dinner was enough for me. Partied for a solid 1 hr before Kais spewed up his dinner and his solid 2 drinks. An easy group decision made the itinerary change from a 16hr bus ride that could have a chance of a road block where we would have to get out and walk a couple of hrs to the closest town, to a 45 minute flight from Sucre to La Paz. Day 71- Props to Kais, besides my sister I didn't know you can spew so ...

La Paz- Death Road

A travel blog entry by shonachalmers

... scary maybe. - were pointed out the bits where buses had gone off the edge/ where top gear filmed and went under waterfalls. - as the road got less steep it started to get warmer and we could see the views better. - Tom and Fred both fell off their bikes at the same moment on a flat bit, later they both ended up in hospital for stitches and an x-Ray. - at the bottom we arrived in a little ...

La Paz to Rurrenbaque

A travel blog entry by alimaterna

We woke up around 7am this morning to catch our mini bus to the airport for our 5 days in the amazon jungle. We boarded the tiniest plane I have ever been on for this, it only had 18 seats, but it was fine for a 40 minute journey! We arrived to baking heat, mugginess, and many insects and mossies. We then had a 3 hour cus journey with no air con down the dodgiest, slowest road ever to get some lunch in a town called Santa Cruz, before getting on our ...

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