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Death Road | La Paz, Bolivia

The journey begins high up on the mountains of La Paz. At 4,650 meters and a cool -4 degrees celsius, we were getting ready to mountain bike down a 64 kilometre stretch of rough and rocky road to conquer the famous ‘Death Road’. 345 more words

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Would you like cocaine with that?

 

 

“We have happy hour on right now, if you buy three bags, you get one free” says the waiter after taking our drinks order. The tune of Baa-baa black sheep runs through my alcohol soaked brain. 745 more words

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Bolivien Bilder

So sah die Grenze Peru/Bolivien aus. Alle aus dem Bus raus und ein Stueck zu Fuss weiter.

Einer meiner schoensten Tage auf der Reise war auf der Isla del Sol auf dem Titikakasee bei Copacabana. 239 more words

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La Paz, Baja Sur, Mexico

La Paz, or “The Peace” is a fitting name to the capital city of Southern Baja.  I started this blog post with the intention of plugging La Paz as an easy, affordable retreat, but after looking up flights I can say travelling there is not like it used to be, at least for the time being.  1,454 more words

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As we wrapped up the time in La Paz

Since we had pre-paid for a week, we decided to stay the whole week and look for the best in La Paz rather than the worst. 1,143 more words

Gustu World’s best restaurant in Calacoto, La Paz

In order to celebrate the good news we got from Pablo, Ingrid and Juan, we went to the Gustu restaurant in Calle 10, #300 in Calacoto. 528 more words

Photo Friday - Cholitas, La Paz

This week’s Photo Friday was taken in La Paz, Bolivia, on 1st May – which was labour day. The whole plaza was overrun with people, flags, banners, and food stalls – and around the edge of the plaza huge groups of workers had gathered to demonstrate.  90 more words

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