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Travel Blogs from La Paz
... two) and the highest capital city in the world. it was fun to spend a day looking at its sites. We started out city tour by visiting Valle De La Luna which is a moonscape like landscape on a valley at the bottom of La Paz. It is clay which has eroded away from rain and wind, and is beautiful, and totally out of this world. Sadly it is being built upon by rich people as it is in the most desirable part of the city- the warmest. La Paz differed from most cities where higher ...
... of ice etc... The driver drove in every direction possible but something was constantly blocking our route! I started to panic that we would have to sleep in the desert overnight, which was a worrying thought as it had been minus 5 degrees that afternoon and it was steadily getting colder... Us passengers had to get out of the car in the end as we were weighing it down apparently, and then the driver sped up and finally made it through the large puddle obstructing the way... I was glad to ...
... the city in the cold we were wandering what we had signed up for but the guy was really nice and we got to try all sorts of beer and got a bbq for lunch. That evening we got to know the 2 german girls and guy in our room and an english girl also in the hostel in the sky bar of the hostel.
On the next day us and the german girls did the free walking tour of the city which was really informative, our guide, a has-to-be-gay bolivian with blonde hair and piercings, ...
... picking objects off the floor) as those in a childrenīs home may suffer from issues concerning institutionalisation... To teaching children to ride a bike for the first time for improving coordination, also this helps build trusting relationships with other people, and the monthly trip to the park for an afternoon. (There is a lot more but I donīt want to bore you with everything on here)
Working here has opened my eyes ...
... new road was built in 2005 and most of the traffic has been diverted there but the road is now used increasingly by mountain biking tour companies who offer a guided, adrenaline fuelled descent.
After we reached the top we geared up and mounted our bikes following a short safety briefing. And then we were off. The road was all downhill and the first 20 or so kilometres were on tarmac. The setting was gorgeous: huge snow capped mountains rose up high ...
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- Free parking