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  • From the Valley of the Moon to Huayana PotosiIn La Paz, I spent some time to visit the crowded heart of the town, the wonderful cathedral, the museum of art and the various craft markets. But, I prefer Zona Sur as the area is more spacious (but Posted by grizzly99 in Adventures by grizzly99 | Nov 22, 2004
  • From Coroico to Rurre3345 meters of vertical decent in over 64 km of downhill madness I booked a <a href=http://www.downhill-madness.com/Catalogo/routesdeathroad.html>mountain bike trip</a> to experience the "The World's most dangerous road". We left on a jeep trip ride to Posted by grizzly99 in Adventures by grizzly99 | Dec 4, 2004
  • From Sucre to UyuniAfter my Pampas trip, I returned to La Paz to pack up, say goodbye to my family and head to [[http://www.enjoybolivia.com/english/guiadestinos/potosi/INTRO_IN.shtml|Potosi]]. Arriving at 5am in the morning in Potosi, i checked into Hostal Felcar to take Posted by grizzly99 in Adventures by grizzly99 | Dec 4, 2004
  • La PazIn Puno, I met up with my travel friends <a href=http://sarah-goes-brasil.blogspot.com>Kiko and Sarah </a>again and we decided to travel together for 2 days. From Puno, we took a couple of buses to get to the Peru/Bolivia border and Posted by grizzly99 in Adventures by grizzly99 | Nov 17, 2004
  • BoliviaWe headed to the border by bus and made our way through the Peru border into no man’s land. It was then a bit of a walk to get to the Bolivian border and I was still not feeling very Posted by shaneandnicola in First trip to South America in 2010 | Jun 21, 2017
  • The Inca Legend of CuscoWe went to Lake Titicaca which is where an Inca god came from. We went to Isla Del Sol and that is where the god called Inti came from. This is the origin story of the Incas. In the southern region Posted by tallulahtravels in Tallulah Travels | Jun 11, 2017
  • BoliviaHee lieve allemaal, Het is weer even geleden dat we jullie wat foto's hebben laten zien. Dit komt zeker niet omdat het niet de moeite waard was om te delen maar omdat we het druk hadden!! Haha slecht excuus Posted by hesterenroy in Zuid-Amerika | Jan 19, 2015
  • UyuniGoedemorgen Nederland, Wij zijn, zoals sommige van jullie misschien weten, autoloos! Om nog een mooi avontuur met de auto te kunnen delen zijn we nog samen met de Jimny naar de Geiser gegaan. Vroeg op, we bedoelen echt vroeg op (3.30 Posted by hesterenroy in Zuid-Amerika | Jan 3, 2015
  • Visit to El Alto MarketWe wanted to go to El Alto Market and to go there we went in the cable car called 'Mi Teleferico.' [img=http Posted by tallulahtravels in Tallulah Travels | Jun 11, 2017
  • How to Bless Your House (In La Paz)These are instructions for how to bless your house before you build it. You can buy what you need in the witches market. You will need: * A baby llama foetus * a cauldron * a wand * some ash * a Yatari (which means witch doctor) [img= Posted by tallulahtravels in Tallulah Travels | Jun 11, 2017
  • Bolivia==Itinerary and Introduction== We departed Asuncion, Paraguay and flew to Santa Cruz de la Sierra (or Santa Cruz for short) in Bolivia. We will spend the next 13 days in Bolivia. Posted by janejoe in Paraguay and Bolivia | Nov 18, 2016
  • November 15, 2016This is our last full day in Bolivia and I thought it would be an appropriate time to reflect on some of my impressions of this South American country. Diversity. Bolivia is a country with large cities, small towns and beautiful Posted by TKerrone in South America | Nov 14, 2016
  • November 12, 2016It has been quite a week! When we booked our trip we did not realize that we would be in a remote area of the Bolivian salt flats during one of the most interesting elections in American history. On Tuesday, Posted by TKerrone in South America | Nov 11, 2016
  • Uyuni & Salt Flats Despite being a long ride, the bus to Uyuni wasn't too bad. I had a comfy seat and lots of time to rest, blog, journal and listen to music. The only issue was that I only brought a couple snacks Posted by elliehirch in 8 Month Adventure | Nov 10, 2016
  • SucreThe bus to Sucre was what I would describe as moderately restful. I managed to sleep a few hours at a time when the bus was moving but I would wake up every time we had a random stop on Posted by elliehirch in 8 Month Adventure | Nov 10, 2016
  • Copacabana & La PazJournal to La Paz Bolivia hop was the greatest choice in tourist transportation that I've made so far. So convenient and helpful for tourists. Especially in this leg for crossing the border. Plus they picked me up right at the hostel. Posted by elliehirch in 8 Month Adventure | Nov 10, 2016
  • November 6, 2016We are leaving La Paz in a few hours for a very long journey to Uyuni. The trip includes taking a four hour bus ride on a public bus and then a six hour train ride. Yesterday we took a guided Posted by TKerrone in South America | Nov 6, 2016
  • November 4, 2016We arrived in La Paz after a very long day of travel. Our guide is very organized and had us meet at 7:00 to catch a small bus to the main bus depot. However, his plans went awry because the Posted by TKerrone in South America | Nov 5, 2016
  • Salar de Uyuni part dos & leaving BoliviaDay 2 of the trip was another jam packed and brilliantly beautiful day. Our first stop was the rock soldiers, Soldado de Rock, which are really interesting rock formations in the midst of surrounding volcanoes. Likely volcanic rock formations from Posted by elliehirch in Travel, She Wrote | Nov 2, 2016
  • Salar de UyuniAfter 3 days in the salt flats and surrounding desert landscapes I'm positively bursting with stories and amazing photos. I've never had a harder time deciding what to Instagram. Which may sound ridiculous but is 120% true. It felt like Posted by elliehirch in Travel, She Wrote | Oct 27, 2016
  • Full CircleBack again in my beloved Samaipata. This time was very different, as we were staying in town, with running water, electricty, and proper beds! Luxury compared to my last visit. Whether deep in the jungly valley, or up in the Posted by rcally in Rachel~Roaming | Oct 18, 2016
  • Sucre is pretty darn sweet! After so many weeks of moving around so quickly and not feeling well with elevation, I decided to spend 4 solid days in Sucre, a beautiful, warm, lower elevation city. Best choice I could have made! I spent my first Posted by elliehirch in Travel, She Wrote | Oct 17, 2016
  • Beginning Bolivia in Copacabana and La PazAfter an awesome ride from Puno to Copacabana with Bolivia Hop for an easy border crossing, I found myself in the third country of the trip. Left my stuff at my hostel and took the boat to Isla del Sol. Posted by elliehirch in Travel, She Wrote | Oct 14, 2016
  • JunglingTrinidad is hot. That was my first, and is my lasting, impression. After months of somewhat chilly temperatures, I was happy to be back in tropical climes. Hello frizzy hair, sweaty face, and most importantly, ice cream. Wandering into town Posted by rcally in Rachel~Roaming | Oct 11, 2016
  • Jes-U-Wot?!After a couple of days recovering in Sucre, I made a decision and jumped on my next night bus; destination: Santa Cruz de la Sierra. With zero plans (surprise, surprise!) or knowledge of the city, I was pleased when I Posted by rcally in Rachel~Roaming | Sep 20, 2016
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