Hotel Landhaus Copacabana

Address: Road to San Pedro, La Paz, Bolivia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from La Paz

Lovely La Paz

A travel blog entry by steveandange on Jan 12, 2015

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... of Chaltakaya could be seen glistening in the sun on our descent, grrrrrh... For our final afternoon, we decided to take on the trip on the Teleferico cable car. On our walk to the station, we came across a huge wedding party, with hundreds moving and dancing in synchronsation to the music from the accompanying brass band. It was quite a sight and had the obvious knock-on effect of making the traffic even more chaotic than usual, if that was possible. There were stunning ...

The Heights of La Paz

A travel blog entry by hasselbaink on Jan 02, 2015

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... are still highly fashionable today.

Struggling up the steep hills with the altitude, we enquired about a few tours over the next few days, including a cycling tour down the world's most dangerous road (death road) and a trip to the jungle. We walked down the famous witches market where potions to cure every disease imaginable are on offer. Claire bought a cozy Alpaca jumper while I purchased a jersey of my favourite Bolivian team: the ...

Brujas, temples, peaks, valleys and Cholitas

A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Dec 08, 2014

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... estadio to find a wrestling ring with theatrical WWF style wrestling taking place. A guy in a homemade/Halloween quality skeleton suit with goggles was fighting a much larger guy in the traditional spandex and a Mexican style luchador mask. They broke a selection of props over each other's heads including a strip light bulb and a ceramic piggy bank, before the luchador emerged victorious. Next up was the real attraction, La Cholitas! These are indigenous women that began ...

La Paz olympics including border crossing.

A travel blog entry by meganop on Dec 08, 2014

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... to pay. Not the thing to announce to grumpy Bolivian police dude. T and e booked a tour the day after the intrepid one finished with Augustos assistance. He made sure 100% they would be picked up and dropped off at the hotel door so no chance of them stuffing it up. When completing the evaluation of the intrepid tour T and E complained the tour was more difficult physically than stated on the advertisement. It was listed as freaking 4/5 stars. It clearly states there will ...

Day 37 - 110mph through remote Bolivian villages

A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 26, 2014

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... As I was about to go, Pascual asked me if I had a boyfriend. When I told him that I was very much single, he looked up and a toothless smile spread across his face. "My son" he said pointing at his chest, "you take my son". Every time his cheeky little face pops into my head, I can't help but smile.

I was back down in another square, attempting to enter a clearly closed off church. Sat in front of the church were two women selling bags of radioactively luminous ...