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17 viewsLa Paz is set in a valley and surrounded by hills and mountains.
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17 viewsUntil this interview, I had no idea what sound a zebra made.
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17 viewsThe zebras were hilaroius, shaking their heads sadly at jay-walkers and prancing along when it was safe to walk.
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17 viewsThe end of the Prado, the main strip in La Paz, which becomes a market/pedestrian anchor to Calle Comercio.
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17 viewsHeading back to the hostel as dusk sets, not that there's any shortage of people.
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17 viewsYes, La Paz is not without its charms.
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19 viewsLooking out on Illumani which is said to be guardian of the city.
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17 viewsYou guessed right: Llama fetuses for sail. Build a sturdy home with these llama fetuses in your foundation! The wonders of the Witch's Market.
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19 viewsDifferent soaps in the witch's market for different effects.
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17 viewsThey have potions for everything. EVERYthing.
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18 viewsA visit to the Coca museum in La Paz is not to be missed.
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18 viewsThe Presidential House.
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16 viewsGuards keep an eye on things at the Palacio que Mado
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18 viewsFinally we're descending close to cloud level.
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17 viewsAccording to the Environment Minister of this very socialist country, "Either capitalism dies or the world does". Riiiiight.
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18 viewsHere is our group ready to go down the Death Road, from 4700m to 1100m, 3m wide, and with 500m cliffs awaiting a slip up.
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17 viewsHere's the easy part leading up to the beginning of the death road.
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20 viewsWarming up on the pavement which was good, because Ty and I needed it.
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19 viewsHere I come zooming down the road. You can easily hit 70 km/h here which is all sorts of fun.
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18 viewsTuck and roll, literally.
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