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Help Me! 3 Weeks in Peru and Bolivia Itinerary

Peru and Bolivia in 3 Weeks

I bought my tickets!!!! I will have 22 days to explore Peru and Bolivia (total, not each, since I… 985 more words



‘Salar de Uyuni’, the world’s largest salt flat, is estimated to contain over 10 billion tonnes of salt – or about enough to sprinkle over two large portions of chips from your local Cod Father – across 10,582 square kilometers of south-western Bolivia.  516 more words



Bolivia was one of the best surprises of my entire trip in South America. I flew to Uyuni from Cuzco instead of taking the bus. Check Amaszonas Airlines: they have tiny little planes with about 16 passenger seats, was quite an interesting ride but it was very smooth. 716 more words


La Paz and Uyuni - Salt Flats

After a tasty breakfast at La Paz’s finest hotel, we checked out ready for a nice walk. We nipped across the bridge into Miraflores (thats 2 we’ve been to now), walked to the Hernando Siles stadium and found them resurfacing it, walked through the gardens which are also being worked on, up past the University and a quick look at San Pedro Church and prison, before finding Hostal Naira, where we would be staying for 2 weeks. 1,466 more words


The salt flats of Bolivia...

Sunrises are overrated. Over the course of our last eleven months of travelling we’ve seen our fair share of sunrises; riding a tuk-tuk to Angkor Wat in Cambodia… 1,756 more words


Tour of the Salt Flats of Bolivia, Day Two, Part One

On Day Two we bundled a pasty, fragile Oliver into the jeep and continued our tour. The night before was cold, Bolivia is so cold, but punctuated with delicious traditional food from Carla, our tour and cook. 170 more words


Salar de Uyuni and the Southwestern Circuit, life on Mars, and the return to metropolitan twilight zone

Anxious to see southern Bolivia, we split town after our one night in La Paz. Without much of a plan but plenty of ambition, we were able to hop on a bus leaving in the next half hour to Oruro- a mining town halfway between La Paz and Uyuni. 1,189 more words