Ritz Apart Hotel
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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 …
... br> 2PM, left from hotel to look for the tour agency. Found the company is Kanoo tour that I'm interested to pay for the world's dangerous death road biking. It costs 750Bs not included little extra percent for the MasterCard. I processed to go, it's setting for on Sunday morning to return at the evening.
3PM, still looking for more tour agency what have the offers, found the Huyana Potosi for the climber to the ice cap trek. It costs same as the biking if ...
... hostel. So I could somehow track him down. Trans Salvador bus company was the farthest kiosk in the terminal, tucked away in the back left. The shutters to the kiosk were closed. This was it. I was going to miss my flight and have to pay for another bus and another flight out of Cusco. I hammered on the window. Pausing to look through a gap in the shutters, I saw a woman just about to close a door and leave the office behind the screens. I hammered on the window some more. ...
... to the famous witches market where all manner of things including foetal and baby llamas (obviously dead) were on sale. Apparently these would transport the sweets, money and prayer offerings to Pachamama, or Mother Earth, that they worship throughout South America.
I think i could have easily stayed another night. My big regret is not going to the Cholita wrestling... apparently it is hilarious and not just a put on for tourists but real Bolivians go ...
... The guides told us a story about needing much bigger sacrifices for larger building constructions and this included finding a homeless person, getting them heavily intoxicated and then burying them in the foundation of the building. They said this is a fable but I wouldn't be surprised if it was true at some point in history; Bolivia is an interesting country. Apparently foreigners are worth double to pachamama, so we had to be careful who we get drunk with! After the walking ...