Hotel Palma Real

Address: Goytia 162, La Paz, Bolivia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from La Paz


A travel blog entry by lauren.guite on Aug 04, 2014

1 comment, 33 photos

... our hostel by the hot springs. This was the day that I felt the worst, so I just put on all my layers (it was already freezing and the sun wasn't down) and drank some tea. After dinner many people from the group went to bathe in the hot springs, but I couldn't stand the thought of getting out of the water into the freezing air. I went to bed early in a ton of layers because I was freezing and woke up sweating profusely. Not the best night sleep ever. The one thing getting me through ...

Parades daily for a week, ,,,,,,

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Aug 03, 2014

... This is the highest navigable lake in the world and it is really beautiful and blue against the surrounding mountains. It is sunny and warm here and the break off the bus enough time for a toilet stop and coffee and snack before it leaves again at 1.30pm. The bus is not full headed to the border around the lake. The countryside around the lake has farms and cattle but in the lake we also see the trout farms where the lovely trout I have been esting is farmed. ...

La Paz

A travel blog entry by fnchabini on Aug 01, 2014

28 photos

De la poussière le vide et le calme du désert Uyuni on atterrit dans un gouffre entre les montagnes, des maisons de partout comme des super gros escaliers se donnant rendez-vous a la place san Francisco centre de la Paz.
Des gens partout des marchés un KO total et une circulation qui rend celle de casa un rien... Et pourtant et pourtant la ville qui devient la favorite de Nataliya!
Une aire polluée mais un air chaleureux frais et joyeux... Les ...


A travel blog entry by avangilder on Jul 15, 2014

67 photos

... rest are taken, dried out, and given as an offering to Pachamama (mother Earth). Considering customs wouldn't have known how to react to it and I'm not a sociopath, I decided against purchasing one. I really enjoyed my time in La Paz and wish I could have spent more time there. Despite Bolivia's reputation, there really was never any time there that I ever felt scared or in danger. The good news is my visa is valid for 5 more years, so mom I have a suggestion ...

A late introduction to Bolivia

A travel blog entry by coco89 on Jul 10, 2014

... have much larger heads than the westerners. So as to not have to waste the hats already ordered the sombreritos were turned into a fashion item for women and so the tradition was born. Nowadays the most expensive hats are still made by the same Italian company and can potentially cost up to 10.000 US dollars. In addition wearing the hat perfectly straight on top of the head means the woman is married whereas a hat tilted to the side generally indicates the woman is ...