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... through the dark streets. There are tour companies everywhere in La Paz with excursions to the famous Uyuni salt flats, Death Road and as far afield as Cusco and Machipichu in Peru. The following morning we took a guided tour to Tiwinaku, an ancient archaeological site dating back to as early as 1500BC. It was the capital of the Tiwanaku empire and the centre of one of the most important civilisations of the Americas prior to the Incas. The ruins are about 90km west of La ...
... another sheer contrast to the wealthy Caribbean coast as I was a little worried that our 1970's looking banger would slip and slide in the sleet which was pelting on the windscreen. We checked into our 6 bed dorm in the recommended Irish owned Wild Rover hostel and took refuge for the night.
Hoping for a taste of home in the Irish hostel by ordering beans on toast for breakfast, the kidney beans served did not hit the spot. Taking ...
... they both had a rough night before their flight home! At this point we said goodbye to the majority of the group except for Matt. Morning event Hike up the hill to the next hotel. Which is much safer than the current, where Sarah was interrupted on the toilet by the maintenance man who let himself in. Hike must be completed with all your luggage so around 24kgs worth of stuff. At 3600m altitude. Winner: Matt (he packed the lightest) Cable car rides See how many cable cars ...
... part of a Free Walking Tour and I was welcome to join as the market was their next stop. Bonus! The guide took us along a street that was lined with curious looking shops, selling llama fetuses and many objects and items that Bolivians would use for sacrifice to Pachamama. He sat us down in one store and ran through the different types of sacrifices. A plate made of sugar, with a llama fetus and small sugar figures that represented things they wanted or needed. The sugar ...
... this point the temperature was raising and we even broke sweat. We were down to shorts and t shirt as the temp was approaching high 20s, felt like summer, a huge contrast from 4 hours before. We had a great final run down to the finish on a better surface and were starting to get the hang of this downhill mountain biking lark.
Another fantastic experience made all the more fun by our lives being continually at risk.
Chio for now,
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