Ritz Apart Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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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 …
... in Bolivia. In my "5 Star Hotel". Are you serious? My head itches too....yup. Little spots in my scalp too. Are you as messed up as I am yet? I have read about these things, and now I have them! They don't stay on you, but they eat the **** out of you! And I must be delicious! Because they whole family had a feast! Ankles to head!
Shower. Get in the shower! Scrubbed myself until there can't be a single chance ...
... Paz and took a shared taxi with a friendly local archaeologist and another local (airport taxis are all shared). The city is built in a valley with crazy hills soaring up on the sides. Everything you can see is covered in earth-colored buildings. It's really, REALLY big. We made our way to our hostel, settled in, and conked out. The internet at our original hostel didn't work, so the next morning we changed places and walked around town until our ...
Our four hour journey to La Paz did not improve on our experience of Bolivia thus far - the dirty bus ride, while not overly uncomfortable, stopped every 30m to pick up and drop off locals (we are accustomed to this by now however), but worse than this was the unexpected water crossing that the bus made. Half the bus had departed beforehand, which we assumed was their stop, and the bus then boarded a rickety, rotting old barge and made the seesawing crossing (with a terrified ...
... as badly. After the second day I started to feel like a real person again. However, walking up and down the city was a challenge as I felt tired all the time and everything felt harder to do.
Something that you will notice is that you often find yourself walking up and down a hill to get anywhere. Not strange since La Paz is actually a bowl surrounded by high mountains. As the city has ...