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... 8217;t see 2m ahead due to the ever-growing mist, darkness and rain. When we told Zac on our return he was shocked they decided to take the old road, and being a former guide for the company we were even more thankful we didn’t end up like the other 300 people per year that met their doom on that road, having said that, we survived the tour, and have the t-shirt to prove it!
On our last day in La Paz, before jumping on another bus to Copacabana, we went on a ...
... time we had, ( all excursions were included) we were shown our room - it was stunning, a round room with bathroom as big as our bedroom and our own private sun terrace and outside shower (and inside shower too), bottle of champagne and coca tea on arrival (we were still at 2600m even in the desert)....a very relaxing afternoon with a delicious lunch to boot was had before heading out for our first excursion at 4pm after the heat of the day had gone down -- ...
... area, formed by the cities of La Paz, El Alto and
Viacha, make the most populous urban area of Bolivia, with a population of
about 2.5 million inhabitants and, La Paz is also the world’s highest
administrative capital city.
The geography of La Paz (in particular the altitude) reflects society: the
lower areas of the city are the more affluent. While many middle-class residents live in
high-rise condos near the center, ...
... the lake and passengers jumped into small 'speed' boats for a 15 min crossing into Bolivia proper! Whilst acclimatising to my third brand new country, I also found a dead fish in a public toilet sink???? FIRST IMPRESSIONS Driving through a couple of Bolivian towns on the way to La Paz the poverty was striking. Incomplete or boarded up buildings (I since discovered this was due to there being a tax on completed buildings), ploughing and farming by hand with no sign of any ...
... When we got there we met an Englishman who was really great to talk to. It was his brother in-laws hostel and he was living and doing some work around the place. He told us all sorts of things but the most memorable were: 'People think about going off the beaten track but don't do it here. Stay with the guide when you go to the amazon. If you walk off by yourself and come across narcotics smugglers/producers they'll kill you. They don't have the same price on life here as they do ...