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  • Surprising Santa Cruz de la SierraAfter 2 weeks at altitudes above 12,000 feet with temperatures barely touching the mid-teens we have come back to earth with a bang in the tropical lowlands of Santa Cruz de la Sierra. We are still in Bolivia, but Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Feb 15, 2018
  • Amazing UyuniWe must go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky, And all we ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by; And we watch our vessel's bow wave as it fans out Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Feb 14, 2018
  • Sugar and Salt – Sucre and UyuniAfter the frenetic chaos of La Paz we looked forward to the tranquility of the colonial city of Sucre. The city was founded by the Spaniards in 1538 and was built in the Andalusian style. Many of the elegant 16th Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Feb 12, 2018
  • Life on the Street in La PazWherever we go in the world we visit markets as a way of getting an insight into the daily lives of the locals. Marketplaces are the lifeblood of many communities in poorer countries and here in Bolivia almost everything can Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Feb 10, 2018
  • Taking the High Road to La PazOur blissful days at Lake Titicaca have come to an end. Despite dire weather forecasts for weeks before our arrival we had gloriously warm sun-filled days throughout our stay, although these were followed by nightly downpours. We spent our last Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Feb 9, 2018
  • Lake Titicaca's Islands in the SunWe are now in the Bolivian town of Copacabana having spent the past two days visiting some of Lake Titicaca's inhabited islands. The world's highest navigable lake is shared between Peru and Bolivia and we began on the Peruvian side Posted by Hawkson in Blissful Adventures | Feb 7, 2018
  • The Wonders of Bolivia....==Bolivia....== I spent just over a month in Bolivia and had an incredible time. The terrain here is varied, extreme and nothing short of spectacular, especially at high altitudes. ==L Posted by SkinnyFists in Tales from the Transit Lounge | Dec 18, 2017
  • Sunday market day Sunday is market day in Tarabuca. As we drove out early morning we stopped at a small house and courtyard by the side of the road. A very small old Bolivian lady live on her own and Posted by cmbirdy48 in Kerala - Tamil Nadu | Oct 11, 2008
  • 14000 ft mining town On arrival at Posito we visited the one of the official Bolivian Mints, La Casa de la Moneda, now a museum. We were greeted by the smiling face of Bacchus (God of Wine) in the courtyard. What Posted by cmbirdy48 in Kerala - Tamil Nadu | Oct 10, 2008
  • Constitutional Capital of Bolivia - Sucre Sucre One of the trickiest airports to land at due to high altitude (9528 ft) and possible cloud/fog in the mountains. I believe planes can only land from one direction, so the wind must Posted by cmbirdy48 in Kerala - Tamil Nadu | Oct 9, 2008
  • Highest city in the world La Paz is the highest capital city in the world at 3600 metres (La Paz airport is 4100 metres) . Set in a valley, the city centre is bustling and the traffic is horrendous, there must be Posted by cmbirdy48 in Kerala - Tamil Nadu | Oct 12, 2008
  • Rest and relaxationOn the road to Puno we stopped of at Chimu where they use the reeds from the lake to make many things including the famous reed boats and floating islands. We departed from the beautiful Titicaca lakeside town Posted by cmbirdy48 in Kerala - Tamil Nadu | Oct 14, 2008
  • Quiet low rise cityThis was just an overnight stay but because Monica was ill we spent the evening searching for a pharmacy. Found one and managed to get antibiotics across the counter. Recognized the medicine so felt fairly comfortable. Posted by cmbirdy48 in Kerala - Tamil Nadu | Oct 8, 2008
  • Stop 48 - Uyuni and Salar de Uyuni[center][/center] Arriving into Uyuni at 6am after an overnight bus ride is not much fun. This place is the pits!! Its a smallish town in the middle of nowhere wi Posted by carlagregory in 2017 Waite World Tour | Nov 22, 2017
  • 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 around the World | 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 around the World | 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 around the World | 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 around the World | 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=ht 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
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