Tags » Salt Flats

Bolivia: The "road" less traveled

When booking anything in a third world country you must take everything as “alternative facts”. Things get lost in translation, drivers veer off on personal agendas, and pictures on pamphlets rarely meet expectations. 1,532 more words


Devil's Golf Course, Death Valley National Park

It was surprising to me that there is so much exposed salt at Death Valley. Ancient lakes didn’t have an escape route to the oceans, so they simply dried up and left behind enormous salt deposits. 56 more words

West Coast

San Pedro de Atacama to Uyuni - 3 day

I was intending to finally write up the financial summary of SE Asia, but now feel compelled to highlight some takeaways from a pretty spectacular 3-day trip that we took from San Pedro de Atacama to Uyuni. 2,173 more words

Salt Flats

A little loco, a little salty


  • San Pedro de Atacama – Chilean exit border
  • Bolivian entry border – Salar de Uyuni
  • Uyuni town

I had been informed, by the agency, that my pick up was at 6.30am. 2,421 more words

The Highs and Lows at Death Valley

Death Valley – Just the name conjures images of a harsh, hot and hellish land, a desolate and barren, lifeless place of merciless severity.

If you dare to take a closer look, you will see that in Death Valley, nature is putting up a truly spectacular show: singing sand dunes, sculpted canyons, boulders moving across the desert floor, extinct volcanic craters, endless expanse of salt pans, dreamy drive through multi-hued mountains, highest highs and lowest lows – This is a land of superlative beauty. 643 more words

Travel Tales

Lover & A Dreamer- Salt Flats

I’m a lover and a dreamer.

I’m in love with people and places; with photography and the idea of photography.

Some say that photography is a science. 260 more words


Shut Up And Dance

if you EVER have a chance to go to the Salt Flats of Uyuni, Bolivia do not hesitate to drop everything and go. the Uyuni Salt Flats are one of the most spectacular things i have ever seen. 1,111 more words