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The Long Road to Sucre

Our Epic Journey

Due to Nae’s time limit, we were keen to reach Bolivia as quickly as possible, so we set off from Buenos Aires very early one morning, on a 24 hour train which would cross the country and bring us closer to the border, and which cost us approximately £2.50. 1,843 more words

Potosi

Bolivia "Salt Flakes" Tour Heaven

After three days driving through remote Bolivia, we arrived to a hostel in the middle of nowhere, made entirely of salt. We queued for a much needed hot shower — the first in three days — while rumors spread that the water was almost out. 658 more words

Rtw

Uyuni-eed to get ready to be a little disappointed

March 4 brought us to Bolivia…for the first time in about a month and a half we were heading to a country we hadn’t been to, we had gotten really used to crossing the border between Argentina and Chile, that it came as a slight shock when I had to pay for the $160 border visa. 598 more words

Bolivia

the open road

clear sailing…. perfect weather, wonderful scenery, no traffic, great company, good music, and snacks.  Who could ask for anything more?

with thanks to Henrry for his photographic skills

Edgar

Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia

For four days in March, I toured the Salt Flats with Emily, Josephina (cook), Jaime (driver and aspiring Dakar driver), and an Israeli couple. Lost driving in a lunar landscape over 4000m and sometimes 5000m, our chins were often dirty from the fall as we soaked in the alien landscape, a highlight of any South America trip.

Photography

Salar de Uyuni

A pristine white salt flat stretching over ten thousand square kilometers (the largest in the world), the Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia is one of the earth’s most surreal places. 216 more words

Nature And Environment