Ritz Apart Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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Fecha: Viernes 11 de Julio 2014 Ruta: Uyuni - Potosi - Oruro - La Paz Recorrido: 740km Comenzamos el día sacando las motos del parqueadero a la calle para que les pegue el sol directamente y se calienten un poco. A las 9am ya estábamos listos para salir pero nuevamente la 1190 no se prendio, tuvimos que remolcarme y prenderle en marcha. A la salida …
... and they managed to book everything. I finally finished the booking just before 20:00 and then rushed out to grab a few souvenirs to bring home. I knew that I wanted a few sweaters and luckily found a shop that had some so I did a one stop shopping deal, rushed to grab some dinner, and then head back to the hotel to pack. I had to pack things to go back to Canada and then my other things that would go back on the truck for when I ...
... made our way through the desert! We stopped off at a place with amazing red rock formations which looked awesome against the sandy desert backdrop. Finally we went to a lagoon that was red with flamingos in it! Another day of very unique sites to say the least!
Day 3 - This day we had to get up at 4.30am and again it was freezing cold. After some quick pictures of geysers and the sunrise we headed to some Hot Springs! This was so good, so warm and in ...
... are mostly from behind, as I didn't want to cause offence. Mi teleférico - whilst in someways La Paz is a developing city, it is leaps ahead with its new public transport initiative: a network of cable cars known as Mi teleférico. There are currently three lines in operation, with 6 more due to open in the next few years. Better still, the stations have been given Quechuan names - the language of the Native Americans. Road of death! ...
... Our guide gave us a heads up on the next section of road ahead and also some etiquette tips when taking over other people ( this didn't apply to me) at this point the heavens opening, the sky was very dark, you couldn't see to far in front and the clouds started to engulf us all. At this point we were approx 4200 meters high. Apart from the rain making it difficult to see, the road wasn't as bad as I'd expect and definitely wider then I'd thought. We ...