Since we have been to Bolivia ten years ago, we are trying to visit places we did not get round to seeing back then.
Copacabana is located in a nice bay at Lago Titicaca and sports a famous church.
On the Bolivian side of Lago Titicaca the views are little more interesting because the road is built higher up on the hills than in Peru.
La Paz is worth visiting solely for its existence. It is built into the steep hillside of the Altiplano. From that perspective the new Mi Teleférico, consisting of ten lines, can be considered its most important attraction as it provides great vistas of the entire city.
Obviously, we wanted to drive the Camino de la Muerte again, this time downhill.
The roads are bad in Bolivia. Seeing how they are built it is no wonder that they dissolve in various ways after short time.
A few miles north of Caranavi we encountered a huge landslide that blocked the road for a few hundred meters. The road was supposed to be "rebuilt" within a day or two. After a couple of hours we were told by locals that there is a bypass. It was quite muddy due to the recent rains and a little steep, but not really a big deal for our vehicle.