Jiri Ecolodge

Address: Parque Nacional Cotapata, La Paz, \N, Bolivia | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Parque Nacional Cotapata, La Paz.
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    Travel Blogs from La Paz

    Day 377: Coroico, Bolivia

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Jul 21, 2015

    55 photos

    ... charge me. I somehow got a free coffee tour from a beautiful woman and and a free ride back into town. Juliana kept saying I should buy a lottery ticket since I stepped in the puppy's **** so many times so good luck was about to find me; I'd say this day was the compensation. After being dropped in Coroico, I headed up the hill and found Dana, one of the Argentinians, playing music by herself in her room so I joined her for a bit and we talked and shared some tunes and a pipe. ...

    Day 375: Coroico, Bolivia

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Jul 19, 2015

    18 photos

    ... and I knew this was the spot. It was very rustic and made simply of wood with a roof made of dried leaves. It was beautiful and was only 45 bolivianos (US$7) per person per night. I don't know how I got so lucky. It was your typical Eco lodge that people pay hundreds of dollars per night to stay in and I was paying $7. Incredible. I told her I would take the cabana and I'd return in a couple hours, and then headed down the hill to my ****** little hostel (which also had a ...

    Lofty Metropolis of the Highland Indian People

    A travel blog entry by gordon.ye on Jun 26, 2015

    5 photos

    ... of Tibet. The highland Indians not only are racially similar to residents of Central Asian highlands, their lifestyle and even feminine fashion have a strong resemblance. Aymara women wear many layers of colorful blouses, skirts and capes that also serve as carrying sacs, they wear bowler hats as fashion statement and for sun protection, these remind me of Tibetan women. Reserved, proud, and extremely resourceful, the Aymara people are highly active in the economy ...

    Camino de la Muerte

    A travel blog entry by rinscosta on May 22, 2015

    12 photos

    ... is their usual side of the road again. But still, it is very stressing. Every now and then there is a waterfall, a hole in the road or a piece of the road missing. And every now and then we meet a bus, a truck or a car. There are quite a few bicycles and motorcycles; the road has become a real tourist attraction. Cyclists with a guide have a standard instruction to stop every time a car comes up. You can see they are nervous when we pass between them and the mountain, leaving them ...

    Bolivia: Nature lovers dream!

    A travel blog entry by carlstravelblog on Apr 19, 2015

    59 photos

    ... to do this but I heard a lot of people say it was amazing and again relatively at 80 pounds for 3 days all included trip was pretty good value so I decided to book. I must say the tour I booked was cheap and I would recommend paying more if you can but it only meant there was a little disorganisation and very cheap accommodation that we stayed in! I still enjoyed this trip as 1 of my favoutite travelling experiences.

    Ok so at around 11am the next day ...