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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... br> The effects of the altitude are coming and going, at present we are staying just over 4000 metres in Potosi. In the evening you feel like you could run a marathon and then in the morning get out of breath putting your socks on. A cup of coca leaf tea works wonders'. At this altitude the days are pleasant and the nights cold, the thermals are getting an airing again. Just going to have to wait for the British summer for some warmer weather (whaaaat) !!!!!!
... about half our group just hung out at the hotel watching movies, drinking (100 bolivianos for a 26 of Smirnoff, about $14CAD), and then ordered pizza to get delivered at 10PM for supper. I cannot get used to how late they eat supper here, especially when I eat supper around 5PM at home! So far traveling with this group has been a lot of fun! Never a dull moment with everyone :) Loving it so ...
... main road and noticed another Backpacker who looked in a similar situation. I approached him and asked him if he was heading to the centre as well. We took a taxi together with him and he told us a bit about his trip, travelling the length of South America in 6 months (but going a lot faster than us). He also said he knew of a cheap hostel that maybe we would want to check out as well. After checking the hostel that we had researched, only for it to much more expensive ...
... my old hostel. Taking the rest for a while.
I have made the excuse, bought a movie ticket for cinema started at 4PM to watch the hobbit. Then will come back to hostel to pick my backpacker to may take the taxi to the bus terminal...
i ll sleeping over on the bus to the city of Tarija in the next day, probably arrived around 10:30 o'clock in the morning or later... See you tomorrow on this travelpod.
... broken down into the end product for shipping and then finally we spent a couple of hours underground in the working mine witnessing some miners at work and the quite appalling working conditions.
It was a fascinating day but to learn about some of the towns past and current history was quite disturbing. At it's peak Potosi was the biggest metropolis in the Americas due to ...