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Salar de Uyuni

This world famous three day tour is best known for the ridiculous, hilarious and mainly unoriginal photos taken on the Bolivian salt flats. Leaving from San Pedro we crossed into Bolivia, country number four, and spent two days driving through the desert… again, not the flat, sandy, hot desert I pictured. 682 more words


Photo Challenge: Motion

Once in a while I see a photo challenge theme for which I already have something to show.

For this week’s theme, I immediately thought of all those soccer photos that I took.   107 more words


A List of Things I Love About Bolivia

1. Trufis

Similar to the Hong Kong red minibuses, you get on wherever and get off wherever. You never anticipate the variety of people you encounter in the trufis. 662 more words

Week 3 - La Paz - the first film shoot


Film shoots – 1

Food poisoning – 1

Street Parties – 1

Altitude – 3600metres

La Paz is an unlikely city.  It all started in a valley 200 odd years ago and has since spread across the mountains so that the houses hang off the cliffside and the only public transport is a very new Gondola system.   267 more words


Lake Titicaca.

To get from Cusco to La Paz, we decided to sign up for Bolivia Hop, a hop on hop off bus stopping join Puno, Copacabana and finally La Paz, with a quick tour at each Lake Titicaca location included. 798 more words


Weekly Roundup, April 24

No surge in kids crossing U.S.-Mexico border this summer, immigration official predicts

There won’t be nearly as many immigrant children who cross the border on their own this summer as there were last year, top officials say.  1,311 more words

Writing and Editing

I think that, when you decide to pursue a career as a writer, you’re deciding on a career as a writer and an editor.  A SELF editor, for sure, if nothing else. 6 more words