Inca Utama Hotel & Spa
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One of the main attractions in La Paz, the capital of Bolivia, is to bike down the infamous Death Road. The road used to be the main highway out of La Paz and is barely wide enough for one car to fit down, let alone two cars trying to pass with the vertical cliff drop right beside them. Hence the name, Death Road, due to the many accidents that have occurred on the road, causing it to eventually be shut down from vehicles and a ...
... in Quechua and is also the nickname of a third child if it wasnt planned. Like Peru the Bolivians are big on Potatoes with 400 types in the La Paz markets. Chucuta means mr and mrs potatoe head in Quechua. There was another stop which was at the Witches market. Here you cant take photos of women because they think you are trying to steal their soul and will cast a spell on you which involves throwing smelly stuff that you cant get out for days at you. To the Bolivians the Llama ...
... the sacrifice must be human and the witch doctors get homeless people drunk and sacrifice them, but who knows if that is true.
On our last night in La Paz, we headed to Gustu to try out one of their tasting menus. We opted for the middle ground, going for the 7 course menu rather than the 5 or the 15! The restaurant aims to showcase the best of Bolivian cuisine and also has a culinary academy attached to it to train people from ...
... on the salt flat.. words cant describe how beautiful this sunset was - i've been lucky enough to have seen some pretty special ones in my time (Ko Lanta in Thailad and of course Greece) but this one was something else, the colours just seem to change by the second and the rays of the sun bounced off the salt flats with nothing blocking them.. a few more fun photos and a special moment while the sun set completely - dropping into the salt flats with ...