BOLIVIA-TOURISM-RAP JUMPING : News Photo

BOLIVIA-TOURISM-RAP JUMPING

Bolivian indigenous women look as Israeli tourist Shir Cohen practices 'Rap-jumping' at a hotel in La Paz on February 27, 2013. Cohen, 21, went down some 50 meters from the 17th floor of a hotel to a terrace. 'Rap-jumping' is an extreme sport which name comes from the French word 'rapel' -descent of vertical surfaces with ropes and harnesses- and English word 'jumping'. AFP PHOTO/Aizar Raldes (Photo credit should read AIZAR RALDES/AFP/Getty Images)
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Bolivian indigenous women look as Israeli tourist Shir Cohen practices 'Rap-jumping' at a hotel in La Paz on February 27, 2013. Cohen, 21, went down some 50 meters from the 17th floor of a hotel to a terrace. 'Rap-jumping' is an extreme sport which name comes from the French word 'rapel' -descent of vertical surfaces with ropes and harnesses- and English word 'jumping'. AFP PHOTO/Aizar Raldes (Photo credit should read AIZAR RALDES/AFP/Getty Images)
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February 27, 2013
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Bolivian indigenous women look as Israeli tourist Shir Cohen... News Photo 162800519Adult,Arts Culture and Entertainment,Bolivia,Hotel,Indigenous Culture,Israeli,La Paz - Bolivia,Look,Practice,Tourist,Vertical,WomenPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPBolivian indigenous women look as Israeli tourist Shir Cohen practices 'Rap-jumping' at a hotel in La Paz on February 27, 2013. Cohen, 21, went down some 50 meters from the 17th floor of a hotel to a terrace. 'Rap-jumping' is an extreme sport which name comes from the French word 'rapel' -descent of vertical surfaces with ropes and harnesses- and English word 'jumping'. AFP PHOTO/Aizar Raldes (Photo credit should read AIZAR RALDES/AFP/Getty Images)