Biking down the Death Road

Written on 03/11/2017 in Visits & Travel Guides

Biking down the Death Road ENGLISH   /    ITALIANO 🇬🇧   One of the most exciting experience you can have around La Paz is surely test yourself on the “most dangerous road” in the world. Andrea had already had the pleasure to do so in 2015, but it’s so much fun that he couldn’t pass...

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10 curious things about La Paz

Written on 02/11/2017 in Must Read

10 curious things about La Paz ENGLISH   /    ITALIANO / FRANÇAIS 🇬🇧     We stayed almost two weeks in La Nuestra Señora de la Paz, one of the most important Bolivian cities, we have walked and traveled along its busy streets and learned a lot about this unique town. These are the most...

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Gym & Sport in La Paz

Written on 01/11/2017 in Running the World

Gym & Sport in La Paz ENGLISH   /    ITALIANO 🇬🇧    Running this week in La Paz continues to be a forbidden pleasure. If Cusco and Ollantaytambo were not suitable, well, La Paz is even worse. Its streets are narrow and busy with an infinite number of cars, minibus and vans. The smog...

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The Elephant Cemetery : Halloween Special!

Written on 31/10/2017 in Must Read

🎃Elephant Cemeteries – Myth or reality?🎃 ENGLISH   /    ITALIANO / FRANÇAIS 🇬🇧  In the city of La Paz you will find a lot of curiosities. First its urban architecture. It is the highest capital in the world. It is located in a canyon surrounded by breathtaking mountains panoramas. Anywhere you would look, you...

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Machu Picchu

Written on 30/10/2017 in Must Read

How to visit Machu Picchu ENGLISH   /   FRANÇAIS /   ITALIANO 🇬🇧  Facts Initial period of construction: estimated at 1300 AD Founder: Pachacutec, ninth ruler of Inca Empire from 1438 to 1471 Official discovery: 1911 by Hiram Bingham (explorer and Yale University Professor) Location: 2430mts above sea level between the Peruvian Andes a...

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Around Titicaca Lake

Written on 29/10/2017 in Visits & Travel Guides

Around Titicaca Lake Titicaca lake really is a magical place on earth. At over 3800 mt of altitude, it’s the biggest lake in South America and the highest navigable lake in the world. It is also considered the birthplace of the great Inca culture, with Manco Capac, the first great ruler of Incas, raising from...

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Sport & Inkas

Written on 27/10/2017 in Running the World

Sport & Inkas ENGLISH   /   ITALIANO 🇬🇧 Running during these first days within the Inka Kingdom has been impossible. It wasn’t so much the altitude to stop me (I’m running regularly now in LaPaz, although inside), rather the lack of space. In places like Cusco and Ollantaytambo, there is absolutely no safe track...

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