La Finca

Address: At 7 km of Coroico, in direction to Carmen Pampa in La Paz, Coroico, Bolivia | Ranch
 
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Location

This ranch, located on At 7 km of Coroico, in direction to Carmen Pampa in La Paz, Coroico, is near River Yacuma.
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Travel Blogs from Coroico

Surviving Death Road and monologues in the jungle!

A travel blog entry by woodywanderlust on Oct 16, 2015

34 photos

... cold in the middle of the night. When we got on, it was hot and stuffy, but then halfway through sleeping... We were grabbing all our scarves, hats, gloves, anything to cover ourselves up. As there was no toilet, Josh woke me up when the bus came to a halt in the middle of nowhere, on some random highway in the dark of the night... Motioning me to get off with him to go pee... The driver had had the same thought as us, as we got off to see him taking a **** ...

On Loneliness

A travel blog entry by kerrygally on Sep 06, 2015

6 photos

... in my last entry that I wasn't, but I am. This morning, I packed my bags to leave for another town, and when I got to the bus station (after hiking down hundreds of stairs) I was told that today is a government-sponsored day to encourage walking in La Paz, and so no buses are allowed in or out of the city. I kept my cool, found another place to stay for the night, but when I laid down on the bed, I began to cry. I looked at the second, empty twin bed in ...

Day 378: Coroico and La Paz, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Jul 22, 2015

5 photos

... La Paz and chatted with an Argentinian/Bolivian couple on the way back. When I arrived at the hostel in La Paz and grabbed my things, my plan was to go directly to Uyuni but I still hadn't finished buying souvenirs for friends and family and I wanted to deal with some bank and Paypal ******** that still hadn't been resolved. By the time I finished resolving the issue, I didn't have time to buy souvenirs, let alone get a bus ticket, so I decided to chill and stay one last ...

Day 377: Coroico, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Jul 21, 2015

55 photos

... I was running late for my meeting with Juliana and still wasn't completely packed, so I made the decision to stay one more night in beautiful Coroico and quickly headed down to Coroico center and gave her a call. Turns out she was a bit late as well so we met up and went for a little walk around town and I bought some local dark chocolate made of chocolate grown in Coroico. It was delicious. Juliana had a coffee meeting with two Scottish guys who are starting a coffee ...

Day 376: Coroico, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Jul 20, 2015

14 photos

... that had almost completely been taken back by nature and lead to seemingly nowhere so we decided to follow a few of them and check them out. Turns out, at one point, this place was also a working farm. Lining the trails were coffee plants, plantain and banana trees, lemon trees, orange trees, and all sorts of other fruits. Yet none of them had been touched in what seemed like years. We ate a few delicious oranges and Juliana explained all ...