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La Paz, Bolivia

Upon arriving back in Santiago from my Patagonian quest, I had to think about my next move! I already had a vague idea of what I wanted to do, but nothing was clear. 1.261 palabras más

La Paz, Tentatively

La Paz appears to be a city where you either sink or swim. Bolivia’s capital is frenetic. The snarling, gnarled streets are crawling with people, with traffic, with ad-hoc market stalls selling sunglasses, underwear, toothpaste, fire extinguishers, toilet seats, soup, you name it. 633 palabras más


La Paz, the Heights of Charm and Frustration

Nuestra Señora de La Paz. That’s a mouthful for a place that sounds more like a title. Most of us know it simply as La Paz. 1.460 palabras más


July 24, 2016: Cable Cars, Folk Masks, and Fighting Cholitas

This morning, I woke up on the bus from Potosi, just as we entered La Paz, and two million little lights called out in the darkness to welcome me.   596 palabras más


Travel Blog: Exploring La Paz, Bolivia

To me, there’s nothing quite like La Paz. It’s one of the most unusual, bustling and chaotic cities I’ve ever visited. It’s a complete feast for the eyes and ears… 1.210 palabras más


La Paz

I usually don’t like big cities. They’re noisy, crowdy, polluted and just not made for me. Well, it was a big surprise for me to actually really enjoy La Paz, since it is huge, crowdy, active etc. 1.146 palabras más

The Anti-touristic Guide

Sucre, Bolivia: the city that nobody leaves

Most people seem to book a couple of nights in Sucre (known as the white city) and then end up staying for weeks. We planned to stay for just under 2 weeks to do some Spanish lessons but actually stayed for 3. 896 palabras más