Boutique Eco Resort and Spa Allkamari
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsBoutique Eco Resort and Spa Allkamari La Paz
The view from this resort are amazing and the location of the resort is magnificent, The service in the resort however, is poor which is a shame given this place has so much potential
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Today was a day exploring La Paz.
We were greeted by our guide Nancy in the hotel lobby, and headed off in the car to explore different areas of La Paz.
First of all we visited a national park called 'Moon Valley', it is named this because the formation of the rock due to erosion apparently looks like the craters on the moon's surface. This place was pretty incredible with amazing views and crazy rock...we had no idea this even existed!
We were then driven to the ...
... her missing her flight to Buenos Aires, and the following day was spent trying to organise a doctor and travel insurance for her, along with other organising that needed to be done. By the end of the day both her and Casey were feeling ill, continuing our bad luck run of health - all seeming to be different illnesses! We celebrated the end of the day with some Saya beers (the beers produced by the brewery-hostel in which we were staying) including the very good amber ale, and the ...
... the walls, these are chapped like an eardrum and serve two purposes, if you put your ear close to the hole you can hear people talking on the other side of the square. They were also used as a warning system, you talk into the hole with a normal voice and you are heard very far away. We were told this is evidence that they invented the cell phone. There is an impressive drainage system all around the site, this leads us to believe the area was rich in water which eventually dried ...
... it to Uyuni to see the salt flats... We decided not to stay a night in Uyuni as the town was pretty derelict, so even though we hadn't slept we jumped straight onto a tour... After a few hours of faffing around we somehow managed to wangle ourselves onto an expensive tour that had been recommended to us by other travellers for half the price! The first part of the tour was to visit the salt flats and take the classic perspective pictures. There were 6 of us in ...
... it in turns to do the compressions/MtM and the rest of us desperately trying to keep the body warm.
With no outside help, no communications, no Defib or oxygen and halfway up a mountain at 2am in Bolivia the guy had no chance. He was dead and the next thing to do was to transport him back down to high camp which a group of guys duly did.
Feeling upset and cold I then had to make a decision about whether to continue the climb or return to high camp. My ...