Hotel Gloria Urmiri

Urmiri, Bolivia | Spa
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Travel Blogs from Urmiri

Dizzying heights

A travel blog entry by salmorton01 on Oct 06, 2014

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... church. My head started aching badly again so we headed back to the bus where I was given another dose of oxygen which quickly helped ease the head. Then it was time to board our catamaran for a cruise across the lake, stopping at Sun Island. Some of our group headed up a very long flight of stairs to the top of the hill for a lesson in Inca culture. Derek and I decided to stay on the shore and found a cafe with a lovely view of the bay to ...

Leaving Peru. La Paz, the world's highest city

A travel blog entry by alisonhowarth on Sep 24, 2014

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... the lake and passengers jumped into small 'speed' boats for a 15 min crossing into Bolivia proper! Whilst acclimatising to my third brand new country, I also found a dead fish in a public toilet sink???? FIRST IMPRESSIONS Driving through a couple of Bolivian towns on the way to La Paz the poverty was striking. Incomplete or boarded up buildings (I since discovered this was due to there being a tax on completed buildings), ploughing and farming by hand with no sign of any ...


A travel blog entry by millsie09 on Sep 23, 2014

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At Europa Hotel 8.00 Breakfast after sleep in Picked up 9.00 for half day City Tour Checked City Square, past markets, visited Spanish Cathedral followed by visit to Moon Valley, an old huge clay deposit that with erosion looks like moon scape. Visited a contemporary Potter, a Spaniard, not keen on his work. Gondola ride up to top of City, man what a ...

La Paz

A travel blog entry by analegge on Sep 20, 2014

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Walking anywhere in La Paz is tough. To start with the altitude makes getting dressed exhausting then when you walk out the door in every direction there is a hill. The crater wins every time. However not to be deterred we set off up yet another hill to the Teleferico, the brand new cable car that runs from the Central Zone to El Alto. The walk took us through hundreds of market streets. I think being Saturday every stall was up and in full flourish. Extremely colourful ...

La Paz

A travel blog entry by analegge on Sep 19, 2014

2,000,000 people live in this crater. It's a bustling place full of people with very little. Most of the traffic is ancient busses from the 50's, taxi vans, private cars that sell seats to any number at a time, and taxis. Transportation is cheap if you can work out where you are going. We caught a very ancient bus to San Miguel, a district much further down into the crater. The rickety old bus took us through narrow streets under huge bridges and ...