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  • Filthy SucreWell, it is now less than a week until I fly back to Blighty and I must say I'm looking forward to getting back. Since Uyuni my appetite for organising anything and sightseeing has diminished considerably and I've really taken Posted by LordGibil in The Littlest Hobo | Apr 27, 2015
  • Monkey BusinessBy the frequency of my postings you can deduce that I've not been doing very much recently. I'm into the last couple of weeks of my time away and am winding things down a bit after a hectic last month Posted by LordGibil in The Littlest Hobo | Apr 21, 2015
  • Sol AmbleIt's certainly been a blogtastic last few days. Here is Bolivia part I. After the Uros islands trip I was back on the bus again, this time taking me around Lake Titicaca from Puno on the Peruvian side to Copacabana in Posted by LordGibil in The Littlest Hobo | Apr 17, 2015
  • Welcome to the Jungle!After surviving the worlds most dangerous road, we packed to head off to Rurrenabaque, a small town in the Amazon Basin from which is a good place to launch into the jungle. Instead of the 20 hour (at best) bumpy, Posted by TomAndKat in On The Road Again... | Apr 11, 2015
  • Copacabana and Isla del SolComing out of La Paz was the worst bit of traffic we've come across. People ignore red lights and there is no such thing as lanes. With there not being any bus stops, the mini buses would stop wherever they Posted by Kmoz7 in South America on 2-wheels | Apr 5, 2015
  • Surviving Death Road Next stop La Paz, the highest capital city (yes bolivia has two capitals) in the world. It is the gateway to death road and the Bolivian Amazon rainforest. And a dirty gateway at that! Although a bit run down, dirty Posted by TomAndKat in On The Road Again... | Apr 1, 2015
  • uyuni & the Salt flats Arrived at Uyuni, you could see the whole city which is in the middle of the desert from the top of the hill..its tiny!  Walked about for a bit, felt like I was walking through a western movie, wide roads lots Posted by trinabean in Trina's BIG 30th adventure | Mar 31, 2015
  • Unexpectedly falling in love with Bolivia So we left the mountainous, wet, cold capital behind us to head to the airport where we'd be basically gliding down for 30 minutes in a plane to the sub tropical low land area of Santa Cruz. 30 degrees, humid, Posted by TomAndKat in On The Road Again... | Mar 29, 2015
  • The Death RoadTODAY WE SURVIVED DEATH ROAD!! Which now means we have managed to visit one of the world's highest geyser fields, the world's largest salt flat and the world's most dangerous road all on our bikes, avoiding tours and spending next Posted by Kmoz7 in South America on 2-wheels | Mar 25, 2015
  • La PazIt took us 12 hours to get from Sucre to our next stop Oruro. We had heard that it was a good place to spend carnival but carnival was now a distant memory. The guide book described Oruro as dirty, Posted by Kmoz7 in South America on 2-wheels | Mar 24, 2015
  • SucreAfter regularly getting frustrated and embarrassed by our level of Spanish we decided Spanish lessons were a must, and Sucre suited well. Like many who visit Sucre, we stayed a lot longer than planned (even if our decision was helped Posted by Kmoz7 in South America on 2-wheels | Mar 24, 2015
  • potosi Got up and went to the local market before check out, went back for lunch and happened to walk into a political party, the candidate shook our hands and said that hopefully when we return it would be friendlier...?!  [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.co Posted by trinabean in Trina's BIG 30th adventure | Mar 22, 2015
  • sucreWe got up& went for a wonder around, had a trip on the cable cars and then went to one of the cemeteries, which was eye opening. [img=htt Posted by trinabean in Trina's BIG 30th adventure | Mar 22, 2015
  • A Welcome ChangeBolivia has been a welcomed change for us, with its indigenous people in traditional clothing, fewer tourists and little evidence of the western world. The people are also mostly lovely and interested and surprisingly, speak English better than in Argenti Posted by TomAndKat in On The Road Again... | Mar 20, 2015
  • San Pedro de Atacama and the Salar de UyuniThe 17 hour bus ride North to San Pedro from La Serena was a long expanse of desert. The journey was fine, at worst a little boring (endless desert). We got to the hostel and were greeted by Christian drinking Posted by TomAndKat in On The Road Again... | Mar 13, 2015
  • Uyuni to Sucre Leaving Uyuni was slightly problematic as Beaky's bike lock wouldn't open, so after a morning spent roaming the market looking for some clippers, we cut the lock and got on our way. WE FOUND TARMAC! The road from Uyuni to Posted by Kmoz7 in South America on 2-wheels | Mar 8, 2015
  • UyuniOur first impressions of Uyuni had not changed. The town was rather run down, with very little to offer other than 8 pizzerias on one road - hardly a true taste of Bolivian cuisine (although we've been told not to Posted by Kmoz7 in South America on 2-wheels | Feb 16, 2015
  • Crossing into BoliviaWith the papers we had (and fingers tightly crossed) we set off for Bolivia. The road the Chilean side of the border was pretty consistent with what we had been experiencing; paved roads with beautiful landscape. It was 100km from Posted by Kmoz7 in South America on 2-wheels | Feb 15, 2015
  • From Ecuador to Chile Immediately following the departure of my mum, I took a relatively short bus ride (3.5 hours) to the town of Baños (yes, this word DOES mean "bathroom" in Spanish, although the literal translation is just Posted by jakegambling in Jake Gambling's Great Adventure | Jan 18, 2015
  • Lake Titicaca and Copacabana26th November Bolivia side Copacabana Early start to take the bus to Copacabana, a little village on the edge of LakeTititcaca. I am so pleased to get out of La Paz and be in the country again. To get there we have to Posted by Lifeis4living in 6 months in South and Central America | Dec 7, 2014
  • Sucre and La Paz23 November Sucre Spend a couple of days in Sucre where the main interest was a textile market which was great. Also saw a few couples getting married. Unfortunately, I do not have any photos as the locals do not like Posted by Lifeis4living in 6 months in South and Central America | Nov 28, 2014
  • Potosi - ville minière 21 novembre A 4090m, Potosi est la ville la plus haute au monde. Bien que la plupart de l'argent a été extracté à l'époque coloniale par les espagnols, 60% de la population mâle travaille toujours dans les mines aujourd'hui. Certains y Posted by Lifeis4living in 6 months in South and Central America | Nov 25, 2014
  • Potosi - mining town21 November At 4090m, Potosi is not only the highest town in the world, it is also a large mining town with 60% of the male population working in the mines. Some of them start aged 15 and because of the Posted by Lifeis4living in 6 months in South and Central America | Nov 25, 2014
  • 3 jours dans le desert en Bolivie18 Novembre Après avoir lu tant de choses merveilleuses sur ce trajet, c'est enfin à mon tour de le faire. Le passage à la douane est simple mais à 4800m d'altitude. Il n'y a aussi pas de toilettes et puisque l'on Posted by Lifeis4living in 6 months in South and Central America | Nov 25, 2014
  • Three day tour - Salt Flats18 November 8am start, I am collected from my hostel. In the bus I have the pleasant surprise to find Julie, a girl who is half French half Spanish which is brilliant as the Bolivian drivers on the tour only speak Posted by Lifeis4living in 6 months in South and Central America | Nov 25, 2014
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