Hotel Pando

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

La Paz walking tour

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Aug 05, 2014

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... Powder". If you haven't read it it’s a great book based on the real story of an English guy convicted of drug trafficking in Bolivia who was sent to San Pedro. San Pedro is different to any prison in the western world. It has a capacity of 500 but houses over 2500 people + their families. The guards only patrol the outside and the inside is left completely to the prisoners. The prison has become its own economy where prisoners buy or rent prison cells, set ...

I Survived the Death Road!

A travel blog entry by tamararae on Jul 14, 2014

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At the top Jose gave us all of the safety gear and a briefing. The first section of the road is asphalt and is shared with other vehicles. To me this is the most scary part because I have witnessed Bolivian drivers! I stayed towards the back of the pack. The guide was generally at the front with our van at the back so it's relatively safe. We stopped along the way for photos and then had snacks at ...

Bolivia

A travel blog entry by skannyboy on Jul 06, 2014

1 comment, 28 photos

... with glass walls and a club like bar at the top. I got there fairly early on in the night so it was still quite quiet so I was telling one drunkard that there was a better party at wild rover; at which point he told me he was the Loki bar manager and decided to get me free drinks all night.
I went, the next day, to the semi famous (to travellers in south america) English pub to watch the England game. I went with 3 other Brits I'd met at the hostel at midday ...

Finally heading to Bolivia

A travel blog entry by gahanoverseas on Jun 21, 2014

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... grab a cab to the right place. Cab located we jumped in, then scarily we got pulled over by a policeman flashing his badge who jumped in our taxi, then started yelling at us about drugs. The thought of us being the 'Bolivian Two' on the news did not excite us so we went along. He first wanted to look at our passports and called out our names, then started grabbing our arms and pushing up our sleeves looking for track marks, when he started sniffing our wrists ...

Chaotic & mad... there's something about La Paz..

A travel blog entry by ru_and_dan on Jun 18, 2014

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... is just crazy and mad, but there was something unique and special about it that we really enjoyed - it was definitely like no other city we had ever been to! Despite reading warnings and horror stories about muggings, petty crime and express kidnappings in guide books, we encountered no problems at all and found people to be friendly and helpful.

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