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La Paz - an addition

So the last few days were strongly dedicated to partying. Although i didn’t plan it, it just happened and where else then in the wild rover…😈 210 more words


La Paz

Or nuestra señora de la paz as the Spanish named it in the beginning. 
First impression, an extremely big city.
The “core” of it lies in a valley and is surrounded by hills and mountains. 309 more words


Where to stay around Lake Atitlan - San Marcos 

My first introduction to San Marcos was not great. I was tired and hungry, having not had lunch (read: Alice was hangry). As I left the boat dock, a bunch of small boys came up to me, all asking me where I wanted to go and trying to show me the way. 1,813 more words


You Shall Not Pass

Bolivia is different. Different in almost every way; they live in the clouds, they have barely any American businesses, and due to the markets taking up all the pavements the pedestrians walk on the road. 465 more words

Flea markets and female fighting in La Paz, Bolivia

By Erin Hancock

La Paz is a huge, busy city. It is not a gorgeous city or a particularly friendly one in my experience, but there are some things to check out if you find yourself there (perhaps on the way to the… 894 more words

Travel Report


We arrived to Bolivia very early in the morning, following a brief 8 hour stopover in Bogota, and very quickly succumbed to the change in conditions. 1,437 more words