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The end of the world, a sea of salt

I didn’t have a lot of expectation for visiting Uyunis precious salt flats. I mean, I knew they were unique and kind of a must see. 348 more words


Hello Bolivia!

Made it! With a bit of a delay in Argentina due to a national public transport strike we crossed the boarder with ease and after a bit of a search for the train station we arrived in Tupiza, Bolivia, around 6pm. 907 more words

Salt Flats

More Voigtlander Adventures

Last month, we had some visitors from Australia who had never never experienced the vast scenery variations that Utah has to offer. They’d traveled through Southern Utah and seen red-rock wonders, and they’d seen our alpine mountain peaks, but we decided to give them change of scenery: the barren Bonneville Salt Flats. 143 more words


Salar de Uyuni

My final few days in Bolivia were spent touring the southern half of the country on a guided tour in a 4×4. Garrett and I had taken a night bus to Uyuni from La Paz for only 100 Bolivianos each (about $17) with a company called Panamerica. 1,799 more words

South America

Train cemetery | Uyuni, Bolivia

Deserted. The ‘Cementerio de trenes‘ or Train Cemetery is situated about 3 kilometres outside the small town of Uyuni.

TheĀ once bustling railway was used for transportation for the mining industry right up until the 1940’s before it was shut down – largely due to mineral depletion. 98 more words

The Brunette Travels

Flashback Photo: Uyuni Salt Flats

If you're a backpacker in Bolivia then the chances are that at one point or another you'll find yourself climbing into a rusty old 4WD in Uyuni for a tour of the world-famous salt flats. 222 more words