EHT Sopocachi Apart Hotel

Address: Pinilla 580, La Paz, Bolivia | Villa
 
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      Lovely La Paz

      A travel blog entry by steveandange on Jan 12, 2015

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      ... mobile phones were all being touted, mainly by ladies dressed in traditional Aymara clothing with their little bowler hats perched on top. After checking into the hostel and downing a cup of acclimatising Mate, we were soon asleep. The two nights in airport departure lounges had taken their toll. The next day we ventured out into the hyper hustle and bustle of the city to book our bus to Arica in Chile. An old lady kindly showed us the way and walked along with us ...

      La paz; Last stop Bolivia, Christmas & Death Road

      A travel blog entry by graceandmarcus on Dec 28, 2014

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      ... which is 32km of downhill of gravel (ending at 1200m.a.s.l). Theres also some waterfalls along the road and small river/water crossings. The road varies in width from 3-5m and theres not always barriers - apparently just where people have died! There are still a few vehicles that opt to take this road so we also had them to tackle. Luckily for us we survived unscathed and had an awesome time. Gravity - the company we used were very ...

      Brujas, temples, peaks, valleys and Cholitas

      A travel blog entry by wyldhorsez on Dec 08, 2014

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      ... expanding El Alto, a city in its own right, with a population greater than that of La Paz and recognized as a modern day heartland of the ancient Aymara culture. We met our friendly, knowledgable guide Marcelo and the rest of our group, comprising an Australian couple and Kimberley from the US, at another English pub in central La Paz and made our way to the high altitude suburb passing a small alter to the devil where thieves and witches pray, pointed out by our guide. ...

      Day 37 - 110mph through remote Bolivian villages

      A travel blog entry by whatdidshesay on Nov 26, 2014

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      I woke up a little worse for wear I won't lie. I glanced down at my watch. 11:30am. I had totally overslept and was going to waste what little time I had in La Paz. My bus was due at 4:30pm so I needed to get my skates on to see some of the town and buy all my Christmas presents. I overestimated how much things would cost in Bolivia and ended up with heaps of Bolivianos. I decided that, given my surplus of Bolivianos and the fact that alpaca clothing and souvenirs are ...

      Surviving Death Road

      A travel blog entry by daveandcat on Nov 11, 2014

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      ... The other main attraction in is cycling the infamous Death Road, a narrow dirt track etched into the side of a cliff. Yungas Road is unofficially hailed as the world’s most dangerous road. A few tourists usually die each year (usually taking selfies or going too fast) and the day we arrived in La Paz, a tour guide also died... but we fancied our chances!

      Our downhill cycle consisted of a decent from 4100m to 1200m over 63 km, the first part ...