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Notre arrivée en Bolivie – Villazón, Potosi et Sucre

Que dire des villes de Villazón et Potosi… pluvieuses, froides, bouetteuses, grises et, bien honnêtement, un peu désagréables! Nous avons traversé la frontière Bolivienne à partir de l’Argentine, pour arriver en soirée à Villazón, ville frontalière commerciale et passage obligé pour se rendre vers d’autres destinations boliviennes. 471 more words


Stream Team Adventures: The Big River Tire Farm of Leadwood, MO. 1/17/2015

It was a chilly start to a January Saturday morning, but with sunshine and unseasonably warm air in the forecast, I knew the frost was going to be long gone by the time we got to our destination. 925 more words

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129 - Be aware of the running children

In Potosí, the children are really running!

Seen in Potosí, Bolivia.


Down the mines in Potosi, Bolivia



Potosi miners chewing coca leaves

14 year old boy chewing coca leaves down the mines

Potosi mines

Potosi miners

Potosi miners

This was definitely the most eye-opening tour I’ve been on given that the mines are still in use. 404 more words


Tupiza, Potosi and Sucre

Buenas todo!

How´s it going? I hope you´ve all had a wonderful christmas and a great start to the new year! A new year, and seeing as we are still behind on our blogupdates, a new blogupdate. 1,666 more words


Heading south in search of silver

Sucre – Bolivia’s recognised capital and what a beautiful capital city it is. After the crazy, smogginess of La Paz, this Unesco World Heritage Site was a real breath of fresh air with its cobbled streets, white washed buildings and surrounding low mountains. 740 more words



Our time in Potosi came and went fairly quickly. The place itself I believe is the highest city in the world or something along those lines. 512 more words