Hotel Gloria Urmiri

Urmiri, Bolivia | Spa
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Travel Blogs from Urmiri

El Choro! Choro! Choro!

A travel blog entry by lou_w


... I was doing internal risk assessments and escape plans. But it was all good - phew! Our guide Jorge had heaps of experience and was a hilarious energiser bunny. My trekking buddy was amazing (here's looking at my new favourite USA Zion canyoneering guide)...We made a great team. And we killed it. On the second day, San Francisco camp (where we were meant to stay) had no water, so we had to hike an extra 3 hours, leaving only 2 hours for the last day. So I think we trekked for 9 ...

Bolivia, Part 1

A travel blog entry by rhea_


... it is not the locals of the area that benefit directly from the money passing through – tour companies, hotels and restaurants spring up and many are owned by foreigners (who sadly, tend to do better in business due to the fact that they have more of an idea of what the foreign visitors want). So, for these reasons and for the reason that we knew Bolivia was a cheaper country to travel, we decided to visit lake Titicaca from the Bolivian side.
Arriving ...

One day in la paz

A travel blog entry by emilymb90


... Vanessa dropped off her stuff and then James and I went around trying to find another ATM to take use out of. We walked around for 2 hours, went to all the witches markets and the main plaza, tried 12 ATMs, and took lot of photos of llama fetuses, but had no luck with our search for usd. We conked out at around 10 without dinner. We woke up at 5ish, out flight to uyuni at ...

Home for the holidays

A travel blog entry by ginenneandrob


... Chile, and also spend the holidays back at the Animal Sanctuary La Senda Verde in Bolivia. I overnighted in Lima enroute back to La Paz. The closest hostel to the airport (I found out once I arrived) was in a ghetto. -It served its purpose though. I had never thought about it before but walking along the freeway then trying to find a pedestrian entrance back into the airport is rather difficult.

Its actually really nice to ...

A belated white Christmas...

A travel blog entry by wildkriv


... cheeky coca leaf chew), to take us on the 3-day Condoriri trek high up in the Cordillera Real, passing by the Huayna Potosi (6088m) base camp.

After a long journey by taxi, rather than the more suitable option of a 4x4, deep into the Cordillera Real, we arrived in the middle of nowhere, where a lady and her 2 donkeys (our porters) awaited us. After defending our lunch ...


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