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A Travel Blog entry by tomer from Copa Cabana, Bolivia
It seemed everyone hummed the Copa Cabana song at least once while we were at Copa... Crossing Lake Titicaka on a ferry on the way and seeing the minibus on a raft and hour or so, slowly is revealed a lakeside town that looks very Greek at first, with ...
A Travel Blog entry by anettekristin from Copán, Honduras
Tilbake i San Pedro Sula sto vår kjære Luis og ventet på oss på flyplassen. Ny natt hos han og familien, blitt glad i disse folka!! Neste dag var det frokost og diskusjon med Luis om hva vi burde gjøre i Honduras. Han foreslo ...
A Travel Blog entry by boomergirl from La Isla del Sol, Copa, Bolivia
I am back in La PAz right now, uploaded some photos into last entry re: copa and Isal. have a look. Where did I leave off??? Ahh yes, bad tummy after pasta on Sat. night. Well, let´s just leave it at that... Sunday morning we got up and ...
A Travel Blog entry by big_red_truck from Panama City, Panama
... you can't beat what you get. For the price of a coach flight on Delta, American, United, etc, you can fly business with Copa and get a good meal (Filet Mignon in Red Wine sauce), free liquor, wide seats, and a bathroom to be shared by only 16 ...
A Travel Blog entry by nellems from Copacabana, La Paz, Bolivia
... avocadoes As we watched the storm roll in While the strong wind blows Chorus In the town of Copa, Copacabana The lawnmowers are 2 big llamas In Copa, Copacabana A place to relax When you want to save cash, in Copa ...
A Travel Blog entry by laura_sheen from Copacabana, Bolivia
... anyway...) yet its still been stuck in my head for the last few days as everyone keeps mentioning it! Ahhh! Other than that Copa is a great place, a cute little town in an awesome location on the eastern edge of Lake Titicaca. The trip from Puno was ...
A Travel Blog entry by everywhere from Panama City, Panama
... or so to the Guadalajara airport. The series of calamities started as soon as I arrived. I had difficulty finding where Copa Air was processing the flight. Copa is a Panamanian Airline and just rents space in Guad airport which is filled ...
A Travel Blog entry by ekimmike from Copacabana, Bolivia
... the drizzle and chilly air, we really enjoyed the peacefulness of Copa. Although it was almost too quiet... where is everyone!? Is Copa ever bustling? We scored another great little cabin style room on the hill overlooking the town and the lake. With our ...
A Travel Blog entry by steve_sara from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
... ; In typical Brunetti tradition, my family sang this song - cleverly altered by my Aunt Vicki - to humiliate Sue. "At the Copa... Copacabana. Susie and Darren at the Copa... Copacabana." Repeat while dancing, until Sue gets mad. Ok, fast ...
A Travel Blog entry by dyer0930 from Panama City, Panama
... the rest of the trip, so Daddy had time to walk out to the store and do that. Crisis averted! We flew Copa airlines from JFK-PTY. Copa is a Panamanian airline, but they were formerly almost completely integrated with Continental. So ...
A Travel Blog entry by pestef from Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
... Our new studio apartment really was becoming home. At about 10, we could wait no longer, and ventured into the neighbourhood streets of Copa to find the nearest (and least seedy looking) bar. Ahhh… that was better. Full of ice cold beer – ...
A Travel Blog entry by lynnthaimaguire from Rio de Janeiro, State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
... straight to bed, but that that also meant waking up sunday morning in the middle of Rio De Janeiro, 1 block back from Copa cobana beach !! A morning stroll down copa cobana beach can´t be beaten, every sunday the road that runs along the beach is ...
A Travel Blog entry by adelecarroll from Copacabana, Puno, Bolivia
... and breakfast in a hotel for the budget busting £4.50 per night!!! I enjoyed a completely chilled couple of days in copa. It's a very friendly, cheap, colourful and relaxing town. Two nights is plenty though!! Next stop.... Peru! Read on!! ...
A Travel Blog entry by rktravel from Copacabana, Bolivia
... make it an inviting lakeside town. Wandering through the small boutiques we were impressed by all of the intricate jewelry, handmade in Copa, presumably by the relocated hippies flocking in the streets. For us, staying in Copa was ...
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