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Road Trip Across Southwest Bolivia

One of the key things to do (if not the key thing to do) in Bolivia is to visit their salt flats (the largest in the world); and we decided to take a 3 day trip in a 4×4 and see a whole lot more than just salt flats, covering over 300 miles of the most extrodianry landscape I’ve ever seen. 903 more words


From Santiago to Lima - May 2015

This route is crazy beautiful and I can totally understand why all the tourists visit those places. The delicious wine of Chile, the beautiful and unique landscape of Bolivia and the historic spirits of Machu Pichu will give you a unforgettable memory. 1,764 more words


Uyuni and Southern Bolivia

Apparently high altitude is not my friend. In fact, high altitude shares its sweets with all the other kids in the playground whilst I sit on the sidelines, dizzy, breathless and alone. 911 more words

South America

Days 42-48: Shit just got real

High and dry in San Pedro de Atacama

On day 42 we dropped the car off, enjoyed the last of La Serena’s sunshine and packed a bag full of sandwiches and warm clothes for our next night bus journey – we’re becoming pros at them now – to Calama in the very north of Chile. 2,668 more words


Day Two in Southwestern Puerto Rico - Cabo Rojo National Wildlife Refuge

I found myself on the second day a little further from Ponce, where I visited what has been described as the most important habitat in the Caribbean for migratory and resident shorebirds – the Salt Flats of Cabo Rojo NWR. 741 more words

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