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La Paz & Sajama, Bolivia

After our Titicaca adventures, we took a bus from Copacabana to La Paz to spend a few days more in Bolivia. Being the world’s highest capital, exploring the city can only be done at a really slow pace! 265 more words

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Lakes & Lacerations

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Apologies in the delay in the next post, i’d like to blame New Zealand and all its beauty but really it’s because we became obsessed with the last series of Breaking Bad which meant our evenings were spent watching that rather than writing! 2,123 more words

La Paz : Where the Unbelievable is Reality

July 23, 2015

We determined the best way to see and appreciate La Paz would be to do a walking tour of the city. After a nice slow morning we made our way down to Plaza San Pedro at 11 am to meet and do the Red Cap walking tour (only 3$/person!). 1,511 more words

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La Paz: Food Blog

It’s fair to say we didn’t love La Paz (Bolivia’s capital), it seemed dirty, smelly and we’ve been to far nicer capital cities. So I don’t have much to say about La Paz…however we did go to an amazing restaurant called the Melting Pot and Rock which was well worth writing home about! 116 more words

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Biking Camino de la Muerte AKA the World's Most Dangerous Road

July 22, 2015

After a fitful night sleep and interrupted dreams of possibly biking death road (I really am not joking) I awoke to pounding on the door at 7:15 am. 815 more words

The Grand Adventure

Helping Paraguay's Poverty Stoplight Go Global

Last week I had the privilege to attend a workshop in La Paz, Bolivia. La Paz is located at an elevation of 3,600m above sea level and sits in a bowl surrounded by the high mountains of the… 1,499 more words

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We blew our vision of 70 in the church for the month out of the water.  79 have attended as of this past Sunday.  And one more Sunday left in the month!   245 more words