Jiri Ecolodge

Address: Parque Nacional Cotapata, La Paz, 10170, 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 103

    A travel blog entry by eoinfitzy on May 14, 2015

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    ... couldn't keep up. Isolde especially. Since her saddle was set so low she could barely reach the handle bars and I highly doubt she could see over the them fully. It was hilarious to watch. The first stage of the cycle was on a proper road 4500m high and it was freezing. Thankfully it was all down hill which meant all you had to do was tap on the break every now and again to keep yourself steady. The scenery was also incredible. It was a mix of the Alps and the west of Ireland with a ...

    The story of Huayna Potosi

    A travel blog entry by emily26 on May 14, 2015

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    ... a lot to do with mentally preparing yourself and believing you can do it. I think after not making it with my bag and everyone else being fine I started doubting myself. That was not very good. Anyway we arrived in time to get a bed. There were about 10 bunk beds in this one room with a long table and bench for us to eat. Basic but functioned well. Then there was an outside toilet out the back of the building. Everyone started arriving and the people who didn't have beds were put in the ...

    Blog 15 - Tupiza – Potosi – La Paz, Bo

    A travel blog entry by jayalanawilson on May 01, 2015

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    ... Death Road'. We then got all suited up with knee guards, water proof pants, elbow guards, jacket and a helmet. It was then time for a light breaky, a short briefing, a group photo and then we were sent off on our way down the 'Road of Death'.

    The Yungas Road of Death is a 64km stretch of extremely narrow, steep, slippery, winding road starting at La Cumbre at 4640m and finishing at 1100m at Yolosa. It is a descent from the cold climate of highland puna ...

    Rest Day

    A travel blog entry by tylerdunn on Apr 20, 2015

    ... to three different police stations and finally at the third one they were able to help after we went out and got the supplies. Apparently the government can't afford paper for the police station so we had to go buy paper and a folder so they could print it out. We had a good dinner and are on a overnight bus to Uyuni, Bolivia where we start a tour of the salt flats ...

    Death Road - A Top Gear Adventure

    A travel blog entry by ianandsarah2014 on Apr 09, 2015

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    "We have 42 likes on the death road photos. We are tres pops". - gMac 10/04/15 It is alleged that 200-300 people died per year before they opened the better road in 2007. The worst single accident was in the 1980's when a bus went over the edge killing 100 people. So why don't we hire mountain bikes and take a 64km entirely downhill cycle from the top at 4700m to the bottom at 1200m? Yeah alright, it would be rude not to. The Yungas Road to give it it's proper ...