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Travel Blogs from La Paz
The journey to La Paz for us started in Arica. We were up early and ready to leave the hotel swiftly, but the owner had already laid out breakfast for us and we felt obliged to eat something, although the dodgy orange jelly was a bridge too far. We too a cab to the bus station to make life easier. We spent all the remaining Chilean cash we had on …
I loved Peru but was very excited about coming to Bolivia. There were no problems for me at the border. It was so funny it was running in Peru, I literally walked across a bridge and suddenly it is sunny in Bolivia, how random is that!!!! So another couple of hours on the bus and we had La Paz in sight. It is amazing. As I did not take a photo of …
Hi all, So, it's now La Paz, Bolivia now, and it's already the final night before we're off elsewhere and soon on to Cuzco where we embark on the Inca Trail to Machupichu (Lou and Cesca, thanks for your words of warning, but after all the treks we've done, well... I'm a professional mate, don't really like to talk about it mate! :-) La Paz is a …
... families. We learned about traditional Bolivian crops, handicraft an then had a traditional Bolivian lunch on the Catamaran. We continued with our Catamaran journey to La Paz which took the rest of the day. Riding on the water was absolutely beautiful, with lovely views of snow capped mountains as we floated on the highest lake on Earth. Arriving in La Paz, we found we had an extra day after our booking mishap. As a result we were able to do some extra exploring we had ...
... impressive. They stretch for 240km, and we drove across all of them. They were so brilliantly white that it was painful to look at after a while, even with sunglasses on! I blame them for the worst of my sunburn as I think the sun reflected off the salt flats right back into my face! In the middle of all of the salt flats was a small island full of cactus's which seemed a bit random. We stopped here for a spot of lunch which was Llama steaks and Quineoa (no idea of the spelling of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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