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... to eat some food and chat politely before needing to head back to the bus to lay down. However by this stage it was time to go anyway, so our tour guide ushered us all back in and we were on our way back to La Paz city. Aaron laid down across two seats with his head on my lap the majority of the way as I managed to fit in a sneaky upright sleep too. The bus ride takes hours as we had to go back up the mountain and our bus's engine was not equipped for uphill speeds. ...
... last night with some of the group so we decided to have a more upscale dinner to say goodbye and then headed out for more drinks at the Wild Rover Hostal/bar. I decided to get the party started and ordered myself a sambuca.....BIG MISTAKE. A few Yaeger bombs and other questionable shots later, I made it home at just after 2:30...urgh :( The next day I was feeling slightly delicate and although I jumped up (well crawled) out of bed to go an pay for my Next ...
... sleep for a bit. Then had to get off bus to cross lake briefly. Then back on bus again. Got to la Paz around 5 I think. I was wary of taxis as warnings in guide book so chatted to others but no one else heading to wild rover so had to get taxi myself but it was fine. Was in 6 bed girls dorm in quieter part of hostel. Met Steph from uk and neha from aus and they asked me out for dinner with them which was nice. Had a shower and then we along with guy ...
... palace and the cathedral which would normlly set off the boredom alarms for us - Politics isnt usually something we care too much about. However Bolivias political history is littered with lies, murder and backstabbing so it's completley different to our genuine respectful politicians in the UK. Erm... some of the stories are quite extreme though by any standards...
- Bolivia holds the world record for the most political leaders in the shortest period of ...
... hot meals. We visited several times for lunch and to drink tea in these miniature establishments some of which only have space for a small bench and single table. A very different kind of market is the witches market where all manner of potions can be bought for luck and love amongst other things. You also can't fail to notice the llama foetuses that adorn the stalls in this part of the city. These foetuses have died of natural causes and it is tradition for them to be ...