La Paz Hotel
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... upstairs and slept on a mattress on the floor. All the poor guides slept in the front room by the door and all bundled on mattresses on the floor together. I can imagine it would not have been very nice. Cold and noisy. We had some lunch and then we all played some cards for a while to pass the time. We then got a bit cold so everyone got into their sleeping bags and relaxed a bit. At 5 they brought out the dinner which was a nice soup and some rice and meat. Then we got our day ...
Day 41 - The drive into La Paz was eye opening. La Paz itself is situated in a steep valley, with the smarter areas in the centre and the poorer suburbs gripping to the hillsides. The sprawling high plains outside the valley are considered a separate city, El Alto, something we hadn't realised prior to arriving in La Paz.
As we drive through El Alto, on a bustling Monday morning, we marvelled at the traditional dress of the local Bolivian woman - thick long socks, ...
... been bypassed now so the car traffic is much reduced as is the lorries and buses who used to risk life and limb to supply the town of Coroico. This reduction in traffic has led to the new tourist attraction trading on the "Death" bit attracting the adrenalin junkies and the stupid. A plethora of agencies and companies in La Paz offer the full day tour. When you read about or discuss it with fellow travellers you are warned that you must consider the ...
... market. We bought our tickets to la Paz in a cama (bed) bus, forking out a whole $25 for the 12 hour trip. the cama buses have seats that go back to about 160 degrees, with a foot rest. Despite the comfort and a sleeping tablet, I only got around 1 hours sleep before pulling Into sucre at 7.30am.
Stumbling off off the bus, we grabbed a taxi to our spanish school, where we will study spanish for the next 2 weeks and stay with a local Bolivian family in a Homestay, it ...
... instead of needing to rush back to start classes again in January! Also, two weeks before flying up to visit my family, I moved into my 4th apartment! It is being rented to me by my pastor's family, it's fully furnished and even has a small yard for my puppy to play in!
Everything that the Lord was providing for me, and continuing to provide for me was confirmation of his plans: I'm going to be staying in Mexico much longer than my original plan.
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