- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... There was talking about the concert monument.
10. Primer postal. When there was still traffic on the road until the end of 2006.
11. Segunda postal.
12. San Juan waterfalls. Only about 28km left of riding. It was amazing area! The section was a very long one.
13. Sacramento. The next section was also very long. Only 18km left.
14. San Jose. Went downhill, had one water crossing, then flat, and ...
... road making it's way around it! The guide told us about overtaking and what we had to say etc. He also told us if a car is passing we need to be on the left hand side closest to the edge (not the best rule). Death Road is made up of basically stones and it's quite bumpy so your still going just as fast as the last ride but your more aware of the ground beneath you. We got past the first section fine and stopped to have some lunch ...
... smile children feed pigeons. My favourite time of the day (besides lunch of course) is when school gets out. The children all wear uniforms specific to the stage of schooling they are in. Once school is out the kids roam/run the streets and squares with water balloons and balloons of flour. They have very careful aim with very little civilian casualties. I am not entirely sure why they do this but i saw it all three days. It is an absolute riot to watch. The older children take ...
... bank balance will determine where you stay, it ranges from 30 bolivianos per month for a small cell shared with 12 people all the way up to 5000 bolivianos per month for what is known as the 5 star sector which has two floored apartments that have internet, its own kitchen, on suite bathroom and everything else you would expect in a flat. The second brief stop was at the end of the food market which is 45 blocks long, out of nowhere pops out Andreas that we met in Chivay. Two ...
... made), then he could be president a third time - genious!
We spent 3 days in La Paz, mostly doing research into our upcoming jungle trip in Bolivia and the Pantanal in Brazil, but we did manage to fit in a great free walking tour, some Bolivian wine which was surprisingly good and an early anniversary meal at a newish restaurant owned by one of the founders of Noma, a 3 Michelin starred restaurant in Copenhagen. The walking tour took in ...