La Aldea del Inca

C/ San Antonio 2, zona Colquepata, Copacabana, 0000, Bolivia | Inn
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This inn, located on C/ San Antonio 2, zona Colquepata, Copacabana, is near Salar de Uyuni, Laguna Verde, and Avaroa National Reserve.
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    Travel Blogs from Copacabana

    Bolivia - Copacabana (Lake Titicaca)

    A travel blog entry by mattcoopers on Aug 04, 2014

    ... Lapaz, join us. The menu looks amazing, which in sth America, generally means that they will have nothing that we order. A young waiter (Hosay) comes out with his note pad. We all decide to go for the set menu of soup, a dish and dessert. Hosay is baffled with our order, as he heads back into the kitchen. We also order some cervezas, which take an eternity to arrive. Eventually, we get our beers and Hosay questions our order. Here we go!! We end up giving up ...

    He Asked, I Said Yes!

    A travel blog entry by tamararae on Jul 17, 2014

    9 photos

    ... similar to fetta. We followed some local guys along a path and asked people along the way and eventually stumbled across the Inca track. We had to get to the top of the hill which was a bit of a struggle with the high altitude but worth the views. We are surprised that there are gum trees here. Part of the track looked and smelt like we were at home.
    We got to a bit of a rise ...

    Lake Titicaca, Copacabana

    A travel blog entry by kerriegee on Jul 04, 2014

    22 photos

    ... a little storm roll over the lake towards us. It rained for all of 3 minutes. Unfortunately we have discovered that a really noisy group of rails has checked into the hotel. I don't understand why they have to be so noisy, do they come out of the army deaf or just oblivious to other people. We chose a quiet hotel so we wouldn't have to deal with them for once and here they are. Vicki and I are trying to think of what we did to deserve that **** that has happened to us over ...

    A difficult border and the Isla del Sol

    A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Jun 24, 2014

    31 photos

    ... had our big bags (plus extra stuff that Laura had brought from home for us) and I was still feeling ill from my Lake Titicaca ordeal. Anyway, we began walking, and shortly discovered why we had to walk - the local country people had set up roadblocks using large branches and boulders as part of their ongoing protests, and hence no vehicles could pass through. Far from being 15 minutes however, we walked for an hour before we finally came across a store ...

    Copacabana, Lake Titticaca and Isla del Sol

    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Jun 23, 2014

    21 photos

    The road around Lake Titicaca is your typical Bolivian road, hilly and winding, but at least it's sealed. The surrounding hills are pretty barren with the occasional outcrop of eucalyptus trees, and today hundreds of fires. In Bolivia they burn their rubbish including plastics, but we think most of the fires today were grass burn offs. The air was thick with smoke and we often drove past large fires. It was a real shame because it took away from the view somewhat. We ...