Pan American Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
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After a 12 hour overnight bus journey, where I was so cold I kept dreaming I was having a hot shower (!), we arrived in La Paz. According to all reports it was extremely dangerous, we could be robbed a gunpoint, so once again our gaurd was up.... and thankfully we had no problems, even when we were forced to walk back to our hotel, 5 blocks from …
... ladies at the stalls are in their traditional clothing with top hats selling animal foetus's, weeds, etc.. So strange. As we decide to head back towards the plaza we find No Fear tours! We head in, get some quotes, it is the cheapest at around 380 Bolivianos for the Death Road. Which is much cheaper than our previously quoted 750 Bolivianos, which offered the same things. However we tell them we will book tomorrow (a day before) as we had only just got to ...
... apparently !! On to the harbour and a hydrofoil trip to Sun Island - one of the largest islands on the lake - lunch was fresh trout caught in the lake - the climb up to the cafe on the island was too much for me and I had to take oxygen to get rid of an altitude headache :( Our guide Gina also gave me a wonderful head massage to help the headache!! We visited another island - Moon Island - this island was used to hold ...
... errands and promised to join us for a few pints.
Martina befriended Megan, an 18 year old from Belgium who could speak all the languages and was travelling by herself. She was our hero for the next few hours before she had to leave for Uyuni.
We had a mighty time chattering with Dave; later on he introduced us to his cousin. She’s been living in Argentina and joined Dave for part of his adventure before ...
... br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">The final day in La Paz a group of us decided to bike Death Road, dubbed as the world's most dangerous road and I can see why. The ride is actually very easy - all downhill, the narrowest part is 3 metres accross and the mountain bikes were really good. The only catch is that on the right hand side you have a vertical rocky cliff and the other side a 400m drop. So basically if you go off the edge you are ...