A Guide To Visiting The Tarabuco Sunday Market in Bolivia — The Partying Traveler

One of the best day trips that you can take from Sucre is a visit to Tarabuco’s indigenous market. Bolivia is home to dozens of indigenous ethnic groups, and you’ll be able to see quite a few of these groups at the Tarabuco market. Is Tarabuco’s Sunday Market Worth Visiting? To keep it simple, the […]

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La Paz Bolivia — Endless Roaming

Looking over the beautiful city of La Paz

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Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Clouds — anotherdayinparadise

Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge this week is ‘Clouds’. Here are clouds hovering over the city of La Paz, the capital of of Bolivia. At an elevation of roughly 3,650 m (11,975 ft) above sea level, La Paz is the highest capital city in the world. We’d just flown into El Alto airport which is even […]

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Cycling Death Road in Bolivia: All you need to know — Travel Notes

You are in La Paz and wondering whether you should cycle the (in)famous Death Road or not? If you are scared, that’s normal. This road has this horrible name for a reason and cycling it is no joke. But, at the same time, you know it’s a once in a lifetime thing. Nobody can make that decision for you, but here are some info that might help you decide.

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Bolivia has 2 Capitals! — Delusional Bubble

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When the topic is South America, we usually think of Brazil (And if educated enough) Chile and Argentina! Yet, there’s this country, known as “Heart of South America” so-called Bolivia, waiting to be seen by travelers! Let’s get familiar with this Espanol gem! 1-History Well, Bolivia had a war with all of its five neighbors […]

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Hike to PICO TUNARI, the Highest Point in Cochabamba, Bolivia — Living The Q Life

During our trip to Cochabamba, Bolivia a few years ago, we met Remy, who guided us on several different expeditions in the area. We are pleased to consider him a friend to this very day and continue to keep in touch. This article is a description of one of his tours, not one that we […]

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Laos Living — Wandering Heart, Wondering Spirit

Our plane seemed to skim the tops of the surrounding mountains as we descended on the city of Luang Prabang. It was almost like we could breathe a sigh of relief. We made it! We had escaped Hanoi, the city of constant car horns, endless people, and busy streets. Luang Prabang, the largest city in […]

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A most wonderful waterfall, Laos — Feathered Forays and other Natural Adventures

This is going to be a short post about a most wonderful waterfall. I am one of many people being isolated at home right now in the new age of coronavirus. This can be a very positive experience to reflect and appreciate. It’s a good opportunity to think about the basic things in life – […]

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Laos & Vietnam – Part 1 — Dineshda

This time for my bi annual trips, I selected Laos and Vietnam. Both these countries issue e-visa for Indian passport holders and this was the main reason, for selecting these two countries. I got a very good ticket deal on skyscanner.co.in. I applied on their official visa site and got both the visas, in time. […]

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Laos – Friendly Village — Hunter the Traveling Panda

The night before I had arrived in the town of Khe Sanh. The streets were packed that evening with the night market crowds and I had to weave my motorcycle through the crowd carefully before I finally found my hotel. Getting the visa-on-arrival into Laos was a pretty straightforward process. I paid the fee in […]

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