La Paz, the sort of capital of Bolivia (Bolivia seems split between two capitals they can’t quite settle on – the other is Sucre) is at a dizzying altitude of 3,650m (11,975 ft). That wasn’t enough for us so we took this picture from the 7th floor of our hostel. … more »
Millions of pigeons and a story..
This is Plaza Murillo in La Paz, Bolivia. A historical place. This is the birthplace of the resistance against Spanish colonial power in Latin America. On July 16, 1809 Pedro Domingo Murillo famously said that the Bolivian revolution was igniting a lamp that nobody would be able to turn-off. He … more »
AeroSur – Definitely going south
For those of you who’ve been tuned in with us – you’ll remember that we were heading to Bolivia right after Brazil. So why are we in Ecuador ? The short answer is ‘AeroSur’. The long answer is a lot more interesting. On the 11th of March, at 4PM we … more »