Hotel La Colonia
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... many artist mostly from South America painted or did some graph, Markas Urbanas.
You can find some of their art, street art in my picture.
It was good one morning, we went with Christian, walking in the district and recovered many paints.
- LA PAZ
In La Paz, I went to this really cool hostal called, " El Carretero". It is ...
... Canon. But I even went out at night for a bite to eat in the Ayacucho/Aroma area, considered 'doubtful' for tourists, and everything was absolutely fine...
The next day, I booked a city-tour with a personal guide (Mabel) taking advantage of the guided tour, without falling into the trap of being part of a busload of loud tourists. Ok, it was slightly more expensive, but really ...
... to carry on a simple conversation with the taxi driver about our trip for the duration of the 25 minute ride into the now-quiet city. The taxi driver dropped us off in a narrow steep street (like all streets in La Paz) and we walked safely in past a policeman standing at the curb. Rooms were nice and faced a courtyard so there was no traffic noise in the morning. No heat, lots of blankets.
... I manage to make my way into a cafe like tonight and mooch off the wi-fi while indulging in a cup of yummy coffee
Dinner is pretty lite. More bread or the rest of my leftovers from lunch
Study Spanish and work on ideas for my project with Alerte Verde
* A great deal of texting with Andrew Brown occurs throughout the day
Miss home and everyone but Im happy to be here with all of your love and ...
... We struggled to find restaurants and bars but apparently they are
there somewhere. I think it’s probably a great place for Bolivian’s to have a
good time and live but there isn’t that much for tourists. The main site is a
huge Jesus Christ statue towering over the city and the view to the surrounding
mountains. We decided to head to the capital Sucre rather than stay another day