Hostal Amalia

Calle Calama 529, La Paz, 2285741, Bolivia | Inn
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Travel Blogs from La Paz


A travel blog entry by skannyboy


... nothing for warmth which made for a freezing night. Added to this half of us got food poisoning in the night, although luckily not me.
This meant we were a bit lacklustre the next day which was fine as we spent the day seeing volcanic rocks and flamingos. That night was less ill but due to the altitude it was much colder so we pushed all the beds together to make a giant bed; que Jenny's German friend Hannah shouting "its all about gap minimisation!"

First two weeks in La Paz :)

A travel blog entry by felsanch


... has built up along the bowl’s sides, which has resulted in having neighborhoods at various elevations (from 3,200m to 4,100m). One thing that caught my eye is the beautiful view of the snowy peak of Illimani mountain, which can be seen from many parts of the city. Although the city has modern areas, for the most part it has the feel of a small town, with lots of family owned businesses ...

La Paz´s New Toy

A travel blog entry by lucieinsa


... a minute of arriving at the station. Then we´re off, climbing up the valley towards El Alto.

La Paz sits nestled at the base of the Cordillera Real mountain range (if we had more time here it would be a great base for trekking) and the views of the sprawling city in the mountains, with its faded colonial architecture and modern high-rises, are fantastic - best appreciated from the air.

10 mintues later we´ve arrived in El Alto and start ...

The tragedy of Huayna Potosi

A travel blog entry by annahildreth


... specialist equipment. We ate bread and butter and drank coco leaf tea in a last attempt to defend against the altitude and replenish the calories we'd probably lost from shivering all night. Of all times as well I managed to slice my finger open whilst cutting my bread roll. What with one blister already aggravated by toe punting the ice wall the day before, no sleep, a fresh finger wound and an acrobatic stomach I didn't have the most postive outlook on my short ...

Bangers and mash

A travel blog entry by hazeange

... randoms in the bar, checked in our friends Angie and Scott to our hostel, beers and nachos, bumped into friends from our Millhouse hostel in BA, more beers, then randomly our German friends from the Salt Flats tour also appeared and joined us! More beers and homely british food (they had all the classics). Ok so we didn't leave the building or see much of La Paz but had an awesome night surrounded by everyone doing the same as us and it was like uni all over again. Loved ...


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