Travel Blogs from La Paz
dont know where to start bolivia / lapaz is amazing
yesterday i had big problems with the height-disease headache dizziness aber after some ibuprofen and today coca candy everything is fine again
la paz is at 4200m so if you walk around it is very exhausting
the market in la paz is breathtaking!!! you buy everything on the …
The promise of a hot shower fulfilled we went off shopping for new hiking boots for Jamie. The freezing temperatures of the previous few days had caused the plastic lugs for the laces on her old boots to snap off! Then a nice meal and back to the hotel for a good night's sleep. If Quito is notable for its army of big blue buses then La Paz must be …
blickades and good coffee
... According to legend, this is where the Sun god rose out of the lake. We visited a lovely little private museum (the benefit of private ownership being clear when we compared this with the state museums in Peru) where for the first time the origin of the Incas was explained - Peru history seems to begins abruptly in the 1200s with a civilisation! In La Paz we dug into this in more detail. We also saw a traditional sharma blessing where he blessed us for good health to us ...
... of their names were difficult to pronounce with my typical Essex accent! Our first stop was the ´Cemetery of Trains´ which was basically a load of abandoned trains - nothing overly exciting. After this we went to a small town and learnt how the salt is processed. The demonstration was in Spanish, so I´m not too confident about how it was processed, but I got a free bag of salt out of it so it could be worse! Then we went to the famous salt flats themselves, and I must admit, they ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
very nice place because it is in the middle of the town everything is in walking distance!
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