I met the Bolivian side of my family for the first time in my life when I went to visit La Paz in (2011). Our encounter was very unique. My Bolivian family members and I both spoke in Spanish, but with different accents (I speak with a Dominican accent). It was very funny.
Anyways, below are some pictures from that first trip about 8-9 years ago. If you like them, write a comment below. Also, follow me on social media @cocotucafe for more pictures of my travels to Bolivia and Latin America.
While I was walking in La Paz city center, this lady and her colorful uniform grabbed my attention. She was into something.
Many were in favor of Evo, but others clearly did not like him.
Beers, cervezas, chelas were mainly served in the big bottles instead of the regular 8oz we are used to in other countries. Huari is my favorite.
Abuela I never met. Rest in Peace.
Cool uncle Rolo hung out with me. We walked together everywhere.
These ladies are brave and hard workers. Don’t mess with Cholitas in Bolivia!
Check out these pictures of La Paz, Bolivia. La Paz in Bolivia is officially known as Nuestra Señora de La Paz (Spanish), English: ‘Our Lady of Peace’, also known as Chuqi Yapu (Chuquiago) in Aymara, it is the seat of government and the de facto national capital of Bolivia’s Plurinational State (Bolivia’s constitutional capital is Sucre).
With an estimated 789,541 inhabitants in 2015, La Paz is the third most populous city in Bolivia (after Santa Cruz da Serra and El Alto). Its metropolitan area, consisting of La Paz, El Alto and Viacha, is Bolivia’s most populous urban area with a population of 2.3 million. It is also the capital of the La Paz department.
These La Paz Bolivia pictures will inspire you to visit Bolivia.
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