The bus driver finally decides to slowly put the bus back in order to make way for the truck. Certainly the driver is already used to these maneuvers, but I am dizzy with fear. As the rest of the passengers start screaming, "Open the doors immediately so we can get out! We do not want to die! ",
The question arises, how to pack fighting Dutchmen, hot geysers, two 6000s and a graduation into a story? Does not everything fit together? Everything is possible in Bolivia. A tour to the highest mountain of Bolivia in Sajama National Park.
Varied food? Time to take another road? Something else to see? Everything is possible in La Paz. Where is the top?
Oh god, what a mess! It honks from all directions. Everywhere are cars, buses and minivans around me. Bumper to bumper and me in between. How did I get the idea to walk in the middle of a crossroads? Now I am plaything between the vehicles.
Back in La Paz. Somehow I have hardly any memories of my last time here. A lot has changed in the last six years, but then again. The traffic is still chaotic, the air misty, the city lively and lively. From the very first second, I experience the city more intensively and feel right in the middle of it.
At last! For a week we are waiting for this day. Our first breakout attempt into the near and yet so distant mountains around La Paz. I do not want to give too much away yet.
My lift was a policeman. I should have noticed that things are not all right here when he got off the bike, started talking to me while he was sailing against his own bike. But sometimes I have quite a long lead. He was also a bit unsympathetic to me, but I can so badly reject lifts and also disagree with regulatory authorities.
After long, cold nights in the south of Bolivia, the Titicaca Lake is pure relaxation for the soul and offers with the Isla del Sol a nice quiet place. Here soul and feet come together.