La Finca

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

Rainy Season

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 11, 2014

... it's a short whimsical tale. I think my book count is now up to 7.5, this one not included. The half is for Dave Gorman's book which you can pop in and out of, but without him talking about the topics in person becomes less funny and more ranty. Counting the number of books isn't a good way to represent anyway. The last book for example is over three times as long as the current one. I think the only thing that can really be ...

Death Road

A travel blog entry by gavin_davies on Dec 10, 2014

... 2013) and just recently I heard about a guide going over the edge whilst racing on to take a photo. A girl also recently went over the edge whilst trying to take a selfie whilst riding. That is one for the Darwin Adwards. The bus picked me up just after 7:30 and with a French guy and a Spanish couple we proceeded to La Cumbre (the summit) a bit of a pull out of town. Here we kitted up, with overtrousers, a jacket pull over, gloves, a very comfy full face helmet and ...

We survived the Death Road (just!)

A travel blog entry by tmoore90 on Nov 24, 2014

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... set himself ready to take photos and videos as we rode past. We approached the video guy for the second time and I threw my hands in the air as I rode by. I could only imagine that Aurelie would follow suit and probably scream from the top of her voice. Two minutes later, still going very fast I turned around to check on the progress of Aurelie. She was not there. I slowed down and Leonie caught up with me and told me that Aurelie had taken a fall on her bike. I was ...

Taking it easy in the jungle

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Sep 19, 2014

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... of the mountains and the valley, 500m below us.

It was mid morning by the time we reached the centre of town and it was getting busy. Shops were open, stalls were being set up randomly on the streets and loads of people were milling around the buses and taxis.

Andy wanted to check out the German bakery but after a long walk down some stairs, we discovered it didn't open until midday. We all thought that a late opening bakery was weird but agreed ...

Cycling the World's Most Dangerous Road

A travel blog entry by davidandmaria on Sep 18, 2014

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... 700m above sea level. Needless to say, it was pretty cold and we were thankful to have the insight to put on thermals, a few layers and wear our windproof jackets. We would shed the layers through the day though as we would descend 3,500m into the jungle along the 63km road, which starts on standard two lane asphalt but soon changes to a dirt road only 3.5m wide, at some points, with steep drops of the side of the road. This road has had the most fatalities and therefore ...