Tag: travel

Things to do in La Paz, Bolivia (Travel Guide La Paz)

The best thing about this place is his back door Good morning from La Paz! You know as a first time visitor who comes to La Paz this city could be a bit hustling and bustling so it’s good to have a local like Ben who runs tours here in La Paz. This is Plaza […]

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Travel as a Political Act: Bolivia and Guatemala

Hola, I’m Rick Steves. I’m in Guatemala. I’m at 10,000 feet above sea level. Some people ask me, “What is travel as a political act?” Here’s an example. I’ve traveled to the highlands of Guatemala and I’m thinking about what I’m seeing. For instance, has it ever occurred to you that the two most high-elevation […]

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The Mysterious Megalithic Barbecue Cooker at Coral Castle

Hey guys, today let’s take a look at Ed’s barbecue cooker in Coral Castle. In the southeast corner of Coral Castle, Ed has placed a massive cuboid artifact which is 8 feet tall and each side is about 4 feet wide. Ed has cut out the inside of the rock and made windows on each […]

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Bolivia Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Bolivia is a relatively undeveloped country in the heart of South America.k To explore this unpolished diamond, fly to its administrative capital La Paz, which sits high on the Bolivian plateau at a breathtaking altitude of about twelve thousand feet. Bolivia may be poor, but it has a wealth of natural treasures. Riches that shine […]

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Geography Now! Bolivia

Hey Geograpeeps, so I actually had the pleasure of going to Bolivia a couple years ago so in this episode you’re gonna see some of the great footage that I took with my crappy 2010 Panasonic camcorder. It’s time to learn Geography… NOW!!! Oh, we are so gonna “bo-live-it-up” in Bolivia. Ha! Flag time. Alright, […]

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