Hotel La Joya

Max Paredes 541, La Paz, Bolivia | Hotel
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    Travel Blogs from La Paz

    Bolivia

    A travel blog entry by lauren.guite on Aug 04, 2014

    1 comment, 33 photos

    ... there were also some rocks shaped with flat surfaces and corners-all by the wind. It was very interesting. Later on we went to the red lagoon where we saw hundreds of flamingos eating the small shrimp that they need to maintain their pink color. After that, we headed up further in the car to the top of the 5000 meter high Sol de Mañana volcano to stand in the crater and see the boiling pots of mud. It was hot an smelled of sulfur, but was also strangely beautiful. Finally, we ...

    La Paz round 2, the sequel

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 01, 2014

    23 photos

    ... decided on some colours and bargained for the price. Reluctantly the lady accepted and we headed off with our new souvenirs. We had another lovely dinner at the Mexican with Liz and heard about how she was going to get to the animal park she is volunteering in for 2 weeks. It sounded like a hassle but she was keen to go so hopefully it all works out for her. Vicki and booked the death road bike tour for the next day and on the way back to the hostel I sucked it up and ...

    La Paz round 1

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jun 22, 2014

    27 photos

    ... It was lovely and I'm not religious at all. The church itself was stunning and the ceiling was bricks all the way across in some shapes. Super impressive. On the way to the tour agencies we stopped off for a quick breakfast, desperate for some coffee to see us through, we picked the first place we passed (and was open because it was a Sunday and as we know, nothing is open on Sundays). The coffee was good and the Muesli with fruit and yogurt was brilliant, just what we needed ...

    Best go for the hairy llama foetus

    A travel blog entry by philandmups on Jun 07, 2014

    12 photos

    ... It's not just about the weird side though. We took a trip to Tiwanaku, an ancient lost city near Lake Titikaka. Most people just think of the Incas when they think about the Andes. Turns out they only lasted a mere 150 years before the Spanish conquered them. The Tiwanaku pre-Inkan empire lasted for almost 1800 years before mysteriously disappearing with no-one knowing why or how. Tiwanaku at one point was the most important city in the Americas. ...

    La Paz

    A travel blog entry by joeandmez on May 10, 2014

    4 comments, 19 photos

    ... level depending on where you are. Again as a result walking a flight of stairs or up a steep street was enough to put us out of breath. We are all hoping when we get home we will be able to run full marathons.



    That day we all shared a big lunch together and that night we all partied as this was officially the end of our tour with the group. We did however stay another night in the ...