Ritz Apart Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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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 …
... much better as I felt more confident and could actually have some scary fun. Pro extremist over here haha. Worst moment: the trip back from death road back into the city... It took forever and ever. Banana moment: when I was busting to go to the toilet, and I had to say goodbye to my dignity and drop my dacks in front of everyone else doing the same because of the whole no door thing.... Can't believe I even paid 20cents for that haha. I'd be better off going behind a ...
... because a couple of years ago there were protests about uni fees and some students blew up some important stuff so now only the miners can buy it! We were also there during Carnival (the most famous one is of course in Brazil in Rio de Janeiro but lots of other countries in South America also celebrate it) and one of the traditions in Bolivia is to have massive water fights in the streets. At one point on our way to dinner we were getting pelted with water ...
The night I finished the Colca Canyon trek I'd booked a nightbus through the hostel to get to La Paz. This wasn't a 'touristic' bus, but a local one (you'd think I'd learn) to the border town of Desaguadera (described in the lonely planet as awful and you are advised not to sleep there). So on my own on a bus full of people who spoke no English, I was a little bit nervous!! Fortunately I sat ...
... gas wars' in which 65 people were killed. The president Goni had sold off all Bolivias gas to neighbouring Chile leaving Bolivias residents with no gas at all. People resolved to creating bonfires in the street to cook. The president also increased taxes on all the police and workers of the country except formthe army. In 2003 this culminated in a mini war breaking out in this square (the bullet holes are still visible). Once the president realised he was going to ...