Hotel Gloria Coroico

Address: Coroico, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Coroico, is near River Yacuma.
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Travel Blogs from Coroico

Rainy Season

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 11, 2014

It absolutely hammered down last. The rain really lashed and there were lots of big rolls of thunder and flashes of lightning that lit up the window like a film. Despite this I had a decent sleep and a decent lie in. I started taking malaria medication last night in prep for my jungle tour in a couple of days, so I'll be expecting (even more) vivid dreams coming up. The rain scuppered plans to go for a hike, so I moozied around my ...

Death Road

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 10, 2014

Today I headed out early to cycle The Death Road. Da da daaaaa. This'll be my Xmas present off my sister. Thankyouverymuch. Some paraphrased LP bumpf: It is a 64km trip with a 3,600m vertical descent. Prior to 2007 it was identifed as the World's Most Dangerous Road (WMDR) by an American Development Bank (IDB) report, citing an average of 26 vehicles per year that disappeared over the edge into the great abyss. Google some pictures of lorries trying to pass each other. ...

We survived the Death Road (just!)

A travel blog entry by tmoore90 on Nov 24, 2014

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Awaking early, we made the very short journey to the tour operator next to our hotel to be fit for our Bike and equipment. We were met by a total group of 13, made up of Australians, French (Aurelie and 3 other girls), a Belgian couple, one English (me) and one German (Leonie). After being kitted out with a full face helmet, jacket, trousers and gloves we boarded a large bus with the Bikes stored above. The journey took us out of the town and onwards up a steep ascent to 4700m ...

Taking it easy in the jungle

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Sep 19, 2014

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... result of the Scottish Referendum on Independence - was Scotland still in the Union or was it now a separate country?

At the hostel restaurant, while breakfast was being prepared in the kitchen, the WiFi was switched on for us. The signal was incredibly weak and it took a few websites to find one light enough to deliver the result - the majority of the people in Scotland had voted NO so the country remained part of the Union... phew!!

Breakfast ...

Cycling the World's Most Dangerous Road

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Sep 18, 2014

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... lane asphalt road and as much as local road users were used to bikes being on the road, they expected certain behavior from the cyclists to prevent any unnecessary accidents.

Before setting off, Steve took us through a local ritual to appease Pachamama, "Mother Earth". A bottle of ceremonial alcohol was passed round each rider to pour a little on the ground for Pachamama, pour a little on the front tire and then take a small drink from the bottle. The alcohol was ...