Hotel Pando

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Travel Blogs from La Paz

Bumping: head, travellers and biking (Day 82-90)

A travel blog entry by nayanjli

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Potosi - mineral mountain and highest city in the world

The main activity, and indeed what the town's economy is based on, is the mining of different minerals from the Cerro Rico mountain. We booked ourselves on a tour for the following day.

Our miner/guide was very knowledgable about the lives of the miners (having been one himself!) and advised us to take some presents to them to kind of apologise for being in the way. The presents he advised were ...

Week 5: Lake Titicaca (Peru & Bolivia) & L

A travel blog entry by mitchandsally

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... boat back to Puno. The 2.5 hour trip back turned into about 3.5 hours as the boat broke down multiple times coming into town, but we eventually made it! The following day we took an early bus to Copacabana in Bolivia, with a stop at the border. An experience we had heard awful stories about, turned out to be simple and painless; we all got off the bus and visited the Peruvian immigration office, before walking over the hill, across the border and then visiting ...

La Paz

A travel blog entry by david_irina

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... 1080;вуа 85;аку как племя появи 83;ось 1500 лет до нашей эры. Более тысяч 80; лет они ничем не ...

Day 332 - 339: A little Chile with a spicy Bolivia

A travel blog entry by djmorton

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... sheep. It's a no brainier, we're going to have an alpaca named Tina. Not to mention, we have eaten llama's so that would be all kinds of weird having an editable pet.

The only place in Chile we visited was a tiny village, San Petro de Atecama. Only a few days prior, the villagers in San Pedro felt the effects of the 8.2 earthquake. Earthquakes are very common there. Although only a few hours from the Argentine - Chile border, this little village of 400sqm had an awesome ...

Hitting the highlights of Bolivia

A travel blog entry by ruth2014

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... in one of the salt hotels and let me tell you it was freezing. However, our new German friend taught us a new card game which kept the cold out of our minds and the fleece lined sleeping bags kept us warm during the night.

On the second day of the tour we headed off early to the flamingo lagoon, followed by the green lagoon, the rock tree and finally the red lagoon. All of which were stunningly, beautiful under the cloudless sky. Our final stop before the ...

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