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Heute morgen wurde ich wieder von Bauchkraempfen geplagt, sodass ich beschloss den Morgen ersteinmal im Bett liegen zu bleiben. Phillip ging los zum vegetarischen Restaurant von gestern, wo er sich den Bauch vollschlug und sich etwas zum essen fuer den Nachmittag und etwas Essen fuer mich...

permalink written by  Fount on January 19, 2013 from La Paz, Bolivia
from the travel blog: Von Buenos Aires bis nach Lima



leaves in the wind (martes, 12 octubre)

Yesterday I had been planning on biking on the ´World´s Most Dangerous Road´from La Paz to Oroico, but due to the rain from the day before, and the fact that I did not feel like waking up early, I changed my plans again. Prior to coming to Bolivia I´d read about a place called Alexander Café,...

permalink written by  Sara Florecita on October 12, 2010 from La Paz, Bolivia
from the travel blog: año de dos inviernos (Chile 2010)



an unforgettable experience in san pedro prison (sabado, 9 octubre)

This morning I met up with Julio and he introduced me to his friend, Carmelo, who had done 8 months in San Pedro for drugs. We walked to San Pedro Prison. It´s one of the weirdest, atypical prisons in the world, and I wasn´t going to pass it up. I had to wait for a little bit in the plaza...

permalink written by  Sara Florecita on October 9, 2010 from La Paz, Bolivia
from the travel blog: año de dos inviernos (Chile 2010)



en la paz no hay paz (domingo, 10 octubre)

Unfortunately, it was raining when I woke up, so I found a cafe where I got a soy latte and wrote in my notebook for a while. When the rain stopped, I found out information about Tiwanaku, but it turns out the bus for it left at 8am, and by this time it was past then. Plus, it was a kind of...

permalink written by  Sara Florecita on October 9, 2010 from La Paz, Bolivia
from the travel blog: año de dos inviernos (Chile 2010)



coca leaves and reggae bars (viernes, 8 octubre)

I took the overnight bus to La Paz on Thursday, and arrived Friday around noon. I walked from the bus terminal to the centro, where I found a hostel called Hostal Cactus (it only cost me $3 per night!!). It was pretty cool and had cacti and other succulents everywhere! I found a vegetarian...

permalink written by  Sara Florecita on October 8, 2010 from La Paz, Bolivia
from the travel blog: año de dos inviernos (Chile 2010)



We`re on a boat, we`re on a boat.

La Paz is a crazy, colourful city which is cramped, crowded and spread all over very steep roads. It also smells really`interesting`, and not in a good way. Our stay in La Paz set the scene for further upset bowels amongst the group as we again took it in turns having disabling bouts of...

permalink written by  JodesAndTay on April 17, 2010 from La Paz, Bolivia
from the travel blog: Jodes and Tay escape to SA



Quien dijo (La) Paz?

El que le puso el nombre a la ciudad aquel día se levantó con el pie izquierdo… La Paz es un lugar donde no reina la paz, donde el caos del tránsito de mini buses, autobuses, taxis, gentes, de vendedores en las calles que ocupan cada centímetro de las aceras, no para las 24 horas del día… Eso...

permalink written by  Paso a Paso on April 7, 2010 from La Paz, Bolivia
from the travel blog: PASO A PASO



The worlds most dangerous road

We came back to La Paz the same way we had left and flew, now more convinced than ever that the bus was not worth it! As soon as we came back we got our bags back but the hostel we had stayed in had no rooms and before we left we had found ladies underwear between the sheets, and not the small...

permalink written by  Steffi & Chris on February 9, 2010 from La Paz, Bolivia
from the travel blog: 212 days



No es la capital de Bolivia!!

Aqui se encuentra la sede de gobierno de los poderes ejecutivo y legislativo del pais, pero la capital historica de Bolivia es Sucre, donde tiene sede el poder judicial del pais. Por lo tanto, al menos yo, habia oido que La Paz era la capital mas alta del mundo con sus 3650 msnm. Lo cual no es...

permalink written by  Eka on December 2, 2009 from La Paz, Bolivia
from the travel blog: Ekaren bidaia



More Bolivian Misery

When we got back to the hostel after surviving the '''Road of Death''', we thought we should get into the party spirit of the hostel and had a few drinks. One thing this party hostel does which actually makes it much easier to sleep than most party hostels, is it organises taxis to whisk...

permalink written by  The Happy Couple on October 30, 2009 from La Paz, Bolivia
from the travel blog: Michael's Round-the-World honeymoon



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