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Bolivian Salt Flats

To cross over into Bolivia we decided to jump into a battered old landcruiser, head out on some of the most remote and wild terrain we had experienced with four complete strangers plus our guide. 299 more words


Salty Perspective 

Calama is a mining town in the middle of the desert. There is nothing really there and we struggled to find a hostel. Most tourists go on to San Pedro where there are pretty colourful houses and they can spend a few days before doing the three day salt flat tour. 715 more words

Bolivia: Uyuni Salt Flats and Beyond

I’d heard mixed reports about Salt Flat tours in Bolivia so it was with some trepidation that I booked a three day, two night tour starting in Uyuni and ending in Chile. 2,773 more words


3 days on the Salt Flats of Bolivia

On March 25th after three days in La Paz, we made our way to El Alto where the airport is located. We had a choice of a 14hour bus or a 45minute flight with about 30euro price difference to take us to our next stop, Uyuni where we would begin a tour of the salt flats. 1,140 more words


Day10 Maladroxia and Sant'Antioco

I spent the morning at the beach, while others went shopping in town. We went to a beach in a town called Maladroxia.

The beach is apparently packed in summer, but today we had it nearly to ourselves. 186 more words


The World's Largest Salt Flat

We spent nearly 6 weeks in Bolivia (yes I know that’s a long time) and we found our favourite thing, the salt flats! Honestly, not only was it our best experience in Bolivia, but it would definitely make our top ten list for all of South America. 490 more words

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How Many Changes Are Possible- Bolivia?

“Who are you?” said the Caterpillar.

This was not an encouraging opening for a conversation.  Alice replied, rather shyly, ‘I- I hardly know, sir, just at present- at least I know who I was when I got up this morning, but I think I must have been changed several times since then.’ 1,255 more words