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... at night taking photos for about an hour! One weekend, after failing to join a bike art tour of the city to see the street art, a couple of friends and I went to have a look around some of the sites around the town instead. After a delicious ice-cream at Dumbos, a huge family restaurant in the centre of town, we had a look around the beautiful Cathedral of Saint Sebastian and took a tour in the Convento de Santa Teresa. (http://www.bolivia-online.net/en/cocha ...
... After class we all went home for lunch and siesta. In the afternoon we met at the palace for a walking tour. It was very interesting and so beautiful! Our tour guide only spoke Spanish so we were thankful to have our team leader Phillip to translate for us.
We returned home for dinner with our host families and at around 8 we met for a soccer game in the park. A few Bolivian boys had just finished up their soccer practice so they stayed and played with us. Tom ...
... the draws to Las Lilas Hostel was that Alex had advertised that he could help us organize a tour to Torotoro National Park, when it came time to follow through on this, his contact was apparently in Holland at the moment, and therefore unavailable. At this bit of information, we had had enough. We had been catching up on work, bills, school, etc., in the morning, but were having a great deal of difficulty connecting to the internet using the hostel’s Wi-Fi, so by 2 pm, we ...
Time for the revanche of Cotopaxi!
1st Day: Arrived at the first base camp 4700m, did some ice climbing training which was really fun.
2nd Day: Went up to the second base Camp 5200m, the view was already amazing. I was so nervous since i could't do the Cotopaxi, wondering if i would to it this time.
3th Day: Woke up at 1 a.m. to finally start the hike up to the top - 4h later the Guide and me were the first ones who reached the top, just in ...
After saying goodbye to La Paz we headed east, towards Cochabamba and Santa Cruz. There wasn't an awful lot to do in these towns, especially compared to the adventure of the previous few weeks, so instead of experience and adventure here's a bit of background on the area.
First stop from was Cochabamba, which lies in a valley in the Andes and is referred to as `The City of Eternal Spring` due to a year-round perfect temperature of around ...