EHT Sopocachi Apart Hotel

Pinilla 580, La Paz, Bolivia | Villa
 

Travel Blogs from La Paz

La Paz round 2, the sequel

A travel blog entry by kerriegee

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... decided on some colours and bargained for the price. Reluctantly the lady accepted and we headed off with our new souvenirs. We had another lovely dinner at the Mexican with Liz and heard about how she was going to get to the animal park she is volunteering in for 2 weeks. It sounded like a hassle but she was keen to go so hopefully it all works out for her. Vicki and booked the death road bike tour for the next day and on the way back to the hostel I sucked it up and ...

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

A travel blog entry by ru_and_dan

11

... pretty much accustomed to the bumpy, rattley ride so it wasn't too painful in the end.

Our first sight of La Paz as we were waking up on the bus was pretty spectacular - the sun rising over this city which sits inside a narrow canyon, with buildings clinging and sprawling steeply up the valley slopes and all at an elevation of over 3500m above sea level.

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Uyuni, Potosi, Sucre and La Paz, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by cheetdaddy

11

... to breathe because of the altitude. I was pretty cut I missed the free walking tour, I was happy when if found out later it wasn't free. The positive side of Potosi is that the supermarket was massive and that the wifi is the best in Bolivia so far. I also ate something that wrecked my insides. You know those ***** that are like, ooo oooo, that's not a ****. Yeah it was like that. Day 69- 4 hr drive to Sucre. Checked in at Hotel Independencia. Really nice ...

Death road

A travel blog entry by rohanfariss

... time in parts but still hit speeds well above my comfort level. Collie came a cropper a couple of times, one I witnessed in a comical mix up with another kiwi rider. Although we lost patience in the constant stopping and waiting for slower riders in our group the ride was an unreal experience. We ride through rivers, through waterfalls and rounded wet corners all at top ...

La Paz

A travel blog entry by kech-williams

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Explored the sites of la Paz today , which is the highest seat of government in the world, isn't really to much to do in la Paz so we explored some of the historic districts before avoiding the crazy motorists who seem to try and wipe you out, before exploring the local markets and witches market which was cool but also kinda weird !!!! We had a lovely dinner before deciding to try out the local 'English' bar for a few beers after our day of walking around ...

     

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