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Breathtaking Potosi, in more ways than one!

Arriving into the dusty town of Uyni after our final lunch together, the bus touts were calling for business. With three spaces to Potosi, Jean-Marie, Samuel and I jumped onboard, with Johnny squeezing upfront in the co-pilot seat. 619 more words


Like a Terrifying Disneyland Ride

This blog may start a bit slow, but scroll down for some better action if I am boring you.

July 26,2017

Today was a particularly uneventful day travelling from Cochabamba to Sucre. 2,350 more words


An Inhospitable Beauty – Salar de Uyuni and Potosí

We left La Paz on a night bus to Uyuni. Waking up to the view of, well, not much really, made me realise what a remote part of the world we were travelling to. 932 more words


Lamento Boliviano: Cable Cars, Mine Shafts and Bolivar's Giant Wooden Head

Like a seasoned con giving a beating to a naive new inmate, Bolivia took no time in asserting its dominance over me. As soon as I crossed the border the road quality turned awful, a vicious wind whipped in from the lake and on the first incline I snapped my gear cable (again). 1,310 more words

South America

Potosi – srebrne miasto/ Potosi – la ciudad de plata

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Do Potosi wybraliśmy się ze względu na jego historię. Bardzo obrazowo opisał ją Galeano w książce „Otwarte żyły Ameryki Łacińskiej”. To miasto położone na wysokości 4000 m npm (jedno z najwyżej położonych na świecie) powstało ze względu na pobliska górę dosłownie wypełniona srebrem – Cerro Rico (Bogata Góra). 861 more words

Ameryka Pd./ Sudamérica


Unfortunately due to time (and money) constraints I had to start heading east across South America rather than venture further north to some countries I really would have liked to visit. 963 more words


Posters for European Tour; Pre-sale on deck @ Pledge Music

You can download and posters for the first leg of our summer tour here:

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The poster mentions a pre-sale store that will be up within the next week or so via Pledge Music.   277 more words

John Davis And The Cicadas