22 Jun '15, 7pm

Beautiful adobe hotel in Bolivia belongs in a fairy tale

21 years ago, German sculptor Martin Stratker fell in love with a Bolivian woman and decided to settle down in the small town of Copacabana on the shores of Lake Titicaca. Armed with a great imagination, he decided to give form to his own dream: a weird and wonderful dwelling he called Las Olas (The Waves). Featuring sunny terraced gardens, solar water heaters, wood burners crafted from mud, and custom-made furniture in adobe suites, the place looks like it belongs in a fairy tale. And after a recent visit, we decided it feels that way too.

Full article: http://inhabitat.com/beautiful-adobe-hotel-in-bolivia-bel...

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