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- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
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... which is much more rustic than advertised. Our room is big, more like an apartment, and we do have the jungle right up to our windows and we also have an entire kitchen which is empty except for a kettle .... no mugs, no coffee, no tea.... really????
Dined at the restaurant which had more than one or two romantic couples ...
... in death's face by surviving cycling downhill on the charmingly named 'Death Road/The World's Most Dangerous Road', a massive descent with a near vertical drop of 600m on your left most of the way down. It certainly helps to maintain focus... I also had my first taste of live South American football. The Stadium in La Paz is home to the national team as well as three local sides (I'm not sure I can see that type of stadium share working ...
... bare minimal clothes after being warned we were in for a good shower! Bags in waterproof bags and life jackets on we got seated on the speed boat. It was a bit un-nerving heading up the rapids and not being able to see a driver in the boat ( turns out he was sat up high behind us) but all was forgotten when we got the the waterfalls ... The noise and view was ...
... I am not in fit shape, so I stopped once on the way up the stairs, and once on the way up the slope to catch my breath. It is NOT for the faint of heart. I would discourage those with heart problems, knee/hip issues, etc. Definitely NOT for those with a cane.
When the trip was over, as I mentioned, we were all soaked to the bone. The problem is there is more water tomorrow. And our clothes from today won't be ...
Wow what a different city Ciudad Del Este is. It took 5hrs through rolling farmland and fields to get there. It’s absolutely crazy and full of traders from numerous different countries. Between 9am and 5pm day-trippers from Brazil (2kms away) and Argentina (5kms away) pour over the border to shop at the numerous markets, shops, electronic, food and clothes stores. After 5pm the streets clear and it becomes ...