Hotel Pando

Av. Pando 248, La Paz, Bolivia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from La Paz

Finally heading to Bolivia

A travel blog entry by gahanoverseas


... wouldn't take USD. Safely at the bus, we manage to convince the guy to give us a ticket even though we were about 24 hours past the time of our confirmed booking. We speak to the transport police who advise us to make a report in Uyuni, since we are leaving so quickly, otherwise they would probably have us look through a heap of photos. On the bus at 9pm we finally relax into the 10 hour bumpy, dusty trip to Uyuni on sand/dirt roads clutching our bags as we ...

The tragedy of Huayna Potosi

A travel blog entry by annahildreth


... no way in hell he was still alive after more than 2 hours of down time but 10 out of 10 for the efforts of everybody involved.
To my horror Albaro had decided to assist them instead of staying with me. I ended up with 5 other non-english speaking people in high camp waiting for sunrise before going down. It was a cold and lonely time.
Sunrise came and we set off for base camp. The descent was dangerous with steep drops, loose rocks and ice. God knows how ...

Bikes and boats in Bolivia

A travel blog entry by aliandhannah


... about the blockades and on the advice of all in the hostel we started to make our way to the airport as early as possible. We didn't know the route to the airport was clear of strike action so then had five hours to kill in la paz airport. The flight itself were a bit hairy as we were in an 18 seater plane, with turbulence and some big mountains seemingly within 200ft. And a gravel runway to land on in the middle of the jungle, skimming tres as you approach. After thankfully ...

Oooh la la....paz

A travel blog entry by miriamandnikita


... and other local animals. There was even a sections of sheep and rabbits HA! It was just like a small aussie farm :)

The following day was the day we finally got to ride Death Road the worlds deadliest road. Starting our bike ride we were lulled into a false sense of security with a new tarred surface and riding downhill where you can comfortably overtake trucks due to the speed you reach. We reached the Death Road to be greeted by a local who refused to move ...

Lacking oxygen La Paz

A travel blog entry by lizemma10

... as scary as we had predicted. Stunning scenery, cycling under waterfalls and through rivers we had the time of our lives and are officially Death road survivors.

8th May 2014

Another night bus looming we stocked up on supplies and headed for some lunch. An interesting affair with the locals in small hut type cafes in the market the culinary delights of Bolivia were somewhat to be desired. An admin afternoon onto another glorious night bus to our next stop Sucre.


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