Hotel Landhaus Copacabana

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

La Paz

A travel blog entry by ridgewell51 on Oct 24, 2015

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... The next match was 2 women against 2 men and the referee helped whoever was losing. There were more matches after that but that's when our guide, who turned out to be one of the female wrestlers, herded us back to the bus and back to town. It was a bizarre experience to say the least.

There seem to be heaps of photos for this short stay. I didn't know what to expect in Bolivia. The buildings and roads seemed to be placed haphazardly, it was dirty ...

The markets and shopping

A travel blog entry by becca- on Oct 21, 2015

9 photos

... this remedy. Unlike Brazil, Bolivia is a poor country, the poorest in South America, there is no real divide as most people living here have the same sort of jobs. Running market stalls, shops or cafes, a job in which the whole family seem to get involved with even small children helping out. I have seen a couple of older women begging for money but homelessness doesn't seem to be a major issue in the city, and they certainly don't seem threatening. The cold nights here ...

Lakes and Mountains - From Peru to Bolivia

A travel blog entry by joshchristine on Oct 05, 2015

66 photos

... island). The day out was good fun and while walking around the island we bumped into some of our fellow Inca Trail trekkers which was a nice surprise. Lastly, while on our way to the islands, what appeared to be a support post on the boat was actually the exhaust outlet - I’ve attached a picture of the damage done by that.

Another highlight of Puno was a French-Peruvian fusion restaurant we went to, it was delicious and a bargain when compared to anywhere ...

Day 46: It's Just Not Peru

A travel blog entry by gregros on Sep 11, 2015

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... listen to Joel's Death Road pitch before we were given our room keys. Death Road is a bike ride down a really steep mountain. It used to be a main road, but it has been replaced by a newer road in recent years and now is almost exclusively used by mountain bikers and the occasional tourist bus. It gets its name as a number of vehicles and cyclist have plummeted to their deaths on the road. I didn't want to do it as I hated mountain biking ...

La Paz July 28th - August 3rd

A travel blog entry by mariekell on Jul 28, 2015

... are meant to have an oustanding view of the entire city from there. Getting a taxi proved to be very challenging due to the parade but also because it was us and transports (every single type it seems!!) hates us over here! The few free taxis that passed us refuesed to bring us and the one that agreed only did so because Audrey litereally ran out onto the road, stopped him, asked him how much it would cost and then all four of us were inside before he had the chance to ...