Hotel La Colonia
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... scenery was spectacular and we spent a few hours walking around the area, with the guide showing us some rock paintings and huge rocks that looked like various animals. The second set of caves we went to were more what we had in mind. We hired helmets with head lamps to go exploring with, which involved scrambling over, under, through, down and up rocks in the pitch black cave. Our guide (who was supposed to be the best in town) was a tiny 65 year old man, but he was a machine and ...
... 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.
... many of the people in this amazing group are also travelers that have settled in Bolivia either for a short amount of time or possible a few years. Everyone is extremely welcoming and since many are travelers they all have such amazing stories.... which they could tell you in 2 or 3 different languages that they speak. Although I am still in the beginning stages of my travels I felt very encouraged by this amazing group of ...
... set free; and the American guy had a grudge against the Ukrainian guy who was the biggest and the best, and teamed up with the Russian guy to beat him. Every bit as perfect bus journey viewing as it sounds.
The Bolivian Tourist Board's slogan should be, 'Bolivia - Where Japanese cars live forever.' Similar to Cuba's fleet of 50s American cars. Bolivia's roads are populated, somewhat more densely, almost entirely by Toyota's, of every age and model, ...
... songs and dances, and got to know eachother. Beiba started opening up, telling me about the delicious ducks on the water and reciting the dates of my birthday and wedding anniversary, which she had memorized. From there we walked to Beiba's house, which was right near the beautiful lake. Her dad owned farm land up the hill, and Beiba took great pride showing me every flower and vegetable in their home garden. Her dad had gone fishing on ...