Bolivia: Travel Diaries  

We have selected some travel blogs written by travellers in Bolivia. Enjoy!

Location: Cochabamba, Bolivia
Well I´ve arrived in Cochabamba to do Spanish School for 2 weeks. Cochabamba has a semi tropical climate so liking one half of that! It's pretty cold in the evenings and first ... [ view full travel blog ]
Location: Cochabamba, Bolivia
Cochabamba is a great place. It's in a valley surrounded on most sides by mountains which you can walk up at weekends. Lovely climate, blue all day, not too hot but hot enough.... [ view full travel blog ]
Location: Cochabamba, Bolivia
Our apartment ajoins a house belonging to a doctor and his wife. They are currently in United States so we haven't met them yet. They have a housemaid who we communicate with i... [ view full travel blog ]
Location: Cochabamba, Bolivia
Our neighbor's house has the most gorgeous garden and the neighbor's son has allowed us to use their veranda. Not sure if we can when they get back from their trip though.... [ view full travel blog ]
Location: Cochabamba, Bolivia
My husband and I met the other volunteers for the first time on Tuesday night. As luck would have it we bumped into a guy we met on the open day in Brighton and he took our mobile n... [ view full travel blog ]
Location: La Paz, Bolivia
Arrived in La Paz after 12 hours of torture. The overnight bus we took from Uyuni was smelly, freezing cold and squeezy. La Paz is the highest capital city of the world, located ... [ view full travel blog ]
Location: La Paz, Bolivia
La Paz is a great city and I'm excited at the prospect of being here for a bit, even if I've received no less than 6 warnings from different helpful people (police officer... [ view full travel blog ]
Location: La Paz, Bolivia
Being able to breathe is amazing. I love to breathe. However, in La Paz it is definitely a luxury. I flew from Santiago which is around sea level to the altitude of 3600m. Think abo... [ view full travel blog ]
Location: La Paz, Bolivia
So we bumped our way from Copacabana to La Paz about 10 days ago, with Rhonda still reeling from the effects of sunstroke. The city itself is the highest capital in the world at abo... [ view full travel blog ]
Location: Santa Cruz De La Sierra, Bolivia
The flight to Santa Cruz was great...if indirect. We made a scheduled stop in La Paz to pick up a few folk along the way, which meant we had a wonderful chance to see the fantas... [ view full travel blog ]
Location: Santa Cruz De La Sierra, Bolivia
One thing which has certainly struck us about this place is the wealth gap...there certainly is a lot of money here...much of it in the hands of quite young guys...brand new 4x4´s a... [ view full travel blog ]
Location: Sucre, Bolivia
I arrived in Sucre, Bolivian capital, hoping to spend about ten days trying to improve my Spanish. 3 and a half weeks later - the last two of which has been spent living with a ... [ view full travel blog ]
Title: Moving on...
Location: Sucre, Bolivia
I arrived in Sucre, Bolivian capital, hoping to spend about ten days trying to improve my Spanish. 3 and a half weeks later - the last two of which has been spent living with a Boli... [ view full travel blog ]






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