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Mercado de las Brujas, photograph: Getty Images, burrow beyond the tourist tat of the centuries-old Witches Market and youll find all manner of mysterious powders, potions and amulets linked to Andean beliefs and shamanic practices.
Theres no fee or guide; just download a map and explore the city, trying out everything from Doña Cristinas doorstep-size sandwich de chola, stuffed with roast pork, pickled vegetables and crackling, to Doña Sofias tucumanas, deep-fried pastries packed with meat or vegetables, and Doña Elviras.Bowler-hatted cholitas add to the theatrical street life.Vendors sell items like colorful sugar tablets, cigarettes, dried starfish, lacquered frogs, coca leaves, and even llama fetuses that can be assembled into custom-made payments.Select, show Available Rooms, sorry, this partner no longer has rooms available on TripAdvisor.The llamas throat is cut and its blood spilled over the construction site to keep the workers safe from accidents.Sunday cerco ragazzo per amicizia arequipa afternoons at the Multifuncional de la Ceja de El Alto, tickets around 6, no website.Upstairs, Quirogas new bar promotes the best Bolivian spirits, craft beer and wine.Mains from around 10, tasting menus from 45 a head.The 41 rooms are decorated with Andean textiles and local handicrafts.Doubles from around 120 B B, Calle 16, 8052, m Hotel Rosario La Paz In a restored colonial house in the heart of downtown, this hotel is minutes from the Witches Market, San Francisco Church and Plaza Murillo.The offering is placed within a brasero, a simple metal structure heated by sacred wood.Highlights include the collections of festival masks, Andean ceramics and intricate weavings, including chullos, the iconic knitted hats with earflaps.For some, magical intuition comes to them after near-fatal encounters with lightning strikes, snake bites, and harsh conditions in the rain forest.Workers will ask a wealthy home-owner, for example, to hire a Kallawaya to sacrifice a live llama to Pachamama.
Watch locals barter for everything from hand-knitted hats to SUVs, herbal medicine to llama jerky.