Ritz Apart Hotel
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... was preparing for terrible hangover number three of his trip. His suffering was compounded by the fact that this part of his tour finished today and so goodbyes were said to Matt, Mel, Berny, Basia and our guide Daniela. Sad to see them all go.
Tomorrow we head to Sucre, overnight. Harry can't sleep on buses...
I'll load photos as soon as I find a computer that isn't so slow it makes me want to pull my brain out through my ...
... 160;ft). During the rainy season from November to March, rain and fog can severely hamper visibility, and water runoff can turn the road into a muddy track, affecting traction. In the summer, rockfalls are common and vehicle dust limits visibility as well. One of the local road rules specifies that the downhill driver never has the right of way and must move to the outer edge of the road. This forces the faster downhill vehicle to stop so that passing can ...
... also started so “rapido, rapido” down we went. We had a bit of a sleep after that and when we got up some incredible views emerged including the clear mountain top - that’s the mountains for you, so our next mountain summit will have to wait for another day. When we hiked back to base camp after our sleep the entire previous day’s hike which contained no snow was now several centimetres deep - some of La Paz even got snow.
All in all it was ...
... br> We actually did take it easy enough last night. We met two really nice lads, Stephen from Glasgow and Ryan from Manchester and spent the night chatting to them about Death Road as they were going to do it on Sunday. We also met the group of Irish guys and gals from earlier in the day at the cafe and we all danced (Elaine and Aud put on quite a showcase on the bar!) and drank the night away. Towards the end of the night a guy from Canada came up to Elaine and I ...
... over her handlebars and wasn't feeling too hot. I stayed up and got high and jammed out on guitar with my Spanish friend, Pau. I ended up writing a bunch of new music in the process. La Paz has been just like other cities when it comes to lyric writing in that I haven't written much, but, oddly enough, I've been writing a lot of music at ...