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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:

eurotour poster smaller

Eurotour poster large straight up

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


Potosí is claims to be the highest city in the world (together with Amsterdam). Potosí is situated at a height of 4090 metres. There is a lot less oxygen at this height and combined with having the physique of a sloth with asthma, I was out of breath by every little effort we made. 368 more words

Potosi- Silver and slaughter, a mine tour

Entering Potosi I see a dead dog and a hollowed out car crushed under some girders. A bad omen.

The city, claimed to be the world’s highest at 4100m+, is intrinsically linked to the mountain it flanks. 1,637 more words

Gymnocalycium cardenasianum MT 056

Gymnocalycium cardenasianum MT 06-056 *

Bolivia: 1km South-East of Carrizal to border with Chuquisaca to Potosi to Tarija, 2454m

* MT 06-056 = BB 060.01, BLMT 130.01, CH 775, FA 61, JO 193, JO 394, JO 604, LH 1145, PHA 524, RH 2071a, SE 91, Sl 21c/99, TM 13 = South of Carrizal, Tarija, Bolivia, 2440m-2456m 23 more words

3.4. Microsemineum - Loricata

A Day in Potosi 

I really really loved Potosi. After several days in a jeep, it was so nice to explore a city that felt truly Bolivian. Potosi reminded me so much of San Christobal, a beautiful colonial city that grows along the mountainsides. 218 more words

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