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  • Carnaval Carnage!Finally our last internal flight, our last time moving hotels and the last destination of our honeymoon. It got off to a bloody annoying start, we were up at 2.30am and when we got to the airport at 3.15am, we were Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Mar 7, 2019
  • 100% wetSo you would have thought we would be use to the early starts by now, but nope we still hated rolling out of bed in the early hours to catch our next flight. But a few hours later we had Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Mar 6, 2019
  • Food Food and More FoodThe ferry to Uruguay only took 1.5 hours and then we were in Colonia, a small colonial town on the Rio de la Plata estuary. We had 4 hours there and as soon as we walked out of the terminal Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Mar 4, 2019
  • ReunionsAnother silly early start as we headed to the airport to catch a flight to Buenos Aires and to be reunited with SO many awesome people from our Peru tour. Unfortunately we didn’t get the same welcome as our Mendoza Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Mar 2, 2019
  • Mountains, Wine and MudOur bus from Santiago to Mendoza was going to take about 8 hours, so to save time and the cost of a nights accommodation I booked us on another night bus. In hindsight what I completely forgot was that we Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Feb 28, 2019
  • Colourful ValpoReturning back to Santiago we were excited to be able to meet up with Dries, who was on our 21 day tour through Peru. I convinced the boys that we should take the bus for 1.5 hours over to the Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Feb 26, 2019
  • MOAI MOAI MOAI MOAI aaaaaahahahaI don’t think I could contain my excitement as we started to descend on to Easter Island, I have my face pressed up against the window desperate to get my first glimpse of the island. When we landed and got Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Feb 25, 2019
  • It's getting hot in here!It’s so glorious to be back in the sun and warm! Although we arrived into Santiago at 9.30pm it was still humid, it felt so nice to not be wrapped up in layers. We had a lazy morning in our apartment Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Feb 21, 2019
  • Salty GoodnessOur bus arrived into Uyuni earlier than expected…we had to get off the bus at 5.30am and it was bloody freezing! Luckily we were met from the bus and taken to a local restaurant for some breakfast. 2 hours later Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Feb 18, 2019
  • Tragedy in La PazWe arrived into La Paz around 3pm and found the border crossing was suprisingly easy. The security check was blasé, they asked if we had fruit, patted our bags and then sent us on our way. Whilst on route to Posted by sdyzart in BrimItOn Tour | Feb 17, 2019
  • Cartagena 2018 - Colombia==Hot== It was so hot and humid when we were there, you couldn't go outside anywhere without getting drowned in sweat. Our favorite ways to pass time were hang out at the beach, hang out at the condo pool, find shade, Posted by MurkTravels in MurkTravels | Jun 6, 2018
  • Bogota 2018 - Colombia==Elevation== Bogota sits around 8,500 of elevation, and we got up over 10,000 feet with some hiking in the surrounding countryside. Lucky I had some experience with that in Denver and the Rocky Mountains. Highly recommend: * Bogota Free Walk Posted by MurkTravels in MurkTravels | May 26, 2018
  • Medellin 2018 - Colombia==Modern== Known as the City of Eternal Spring. That was true when we were there, with mostly clear skies and an average of 80 during the day. The city reinvested whatever confiscated money from the drug cartels and used it to modernize Posted by MurkTravels in MurkTravels | May 31, 2018
  • Foggy Impressions of Chile***[[http://www.tulsatrot.com/foggy-impressions-in-chile/|This post and all the photos can be found here]]*** [b]He who does not travel, who does not read, who does not listen to music, who does not find grace in himself, she who does not find grace in Posted by TulsaTrot in Globetrotting Around the World | Jul 23, 2015
  • REFLECTIONS ON MY SOUTH AMERICAN ADVENTURESo this is it, I've been back home in South of France for about 2 months now. I've started writing this post a while ago but I've been quite busy and to be honest I've kept postponing it... I've had Posted by carochauvet in Never stop wandering | Sep 28, 2016
  • Chapter 8: Bolivia to Chile La Paz to Sucre, 12 hours, and another overnighter on a bus. The main thing I remember about the journey was falling asleep listening to Bowie, who I then dreamed was showing me round some kind of enormous mansion he Posted by Daniel.J.B in Another travel blog | Aug 8, 2016
  • Chapter 7: Peru to BoliviaBeing me is quite fun right now, and I have no desire to die. Yet I decided to spend most of my first week in Bolivia risking my life. First by cycling down the North Yungas Road, aka Death Road, Posted by Daniel.J.B in Another travel blog | Jul 26, 2016
  • Chapter 6: PeruThe 19 hour bus ride from Mancora to Lima wasn't half as bad as it sounds. Two meals, super comfy reclining seats and an endless stream of Adam Sandler films dubbed in Spanish, what more could you want? So when Posted by Daniel.J.B in Another travel blog | Jul 8, 2016
  • Chapter 5: Ecuador to Mancora, PeruI'm not going to waste too much precious Internet space on Miami. It is what it is, and I'm sure some people love it, but I'm afraid I ain't one of them. Thankfully there was plenty of football to keep Posted by Daniel.J.B in Another travel blog | Jun 29, 2016
  • Colombia: Bogotá==Bogotá== Bogotá is the third biggest city in South America after Sao Paolo and Lima. ... and it feels vast! [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/431841/MonserrateView.jpg Posted by SkinnyFists in Tales from the Transit Lounge | Mar 7, 2016
  • Easter Island: quarry, Aku Akivi, lava tubes and dancesToday is Saturday and the Post Office should have been open, but it’s not. I am not worried about the last four stamps we need, we should have time before we leave on Monday, if not we can always leave Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Nov 2, 2002
  • Viva ChileDon't get me wrong, Bolivia was great, but it was also cold. Really cold. As in -5°C, with the wind feeling as though it's tearing your face off. Imagine our relief, then, as a van took us across the border into Posted by kristian23 in The Globetrotting Graduates | May 19, 2015
  • Travelling PlansFirstly, can I just say how annoyed I am at myself for not religiously, or even slightly, keeping up with this blog. I've just read my posts and realised that its been nearly two years since my last post - Posted by Viewpoint13 in My Travel's | Mar 24, 2015
  • PeruLess than 48 hours after exams ended, two friends and I boarded a plane from Milan to Cusco, Peru. After a long journey of 37 hours (including a 7 hour layover in Miami Airport) we finally arrived in the old Posted by tvons in Third Culture Kid | Aug 23, 2014
  • 01 - IntroductionMy name is Allen, a 27 year old Chinese New Zealander who loves to travel. I was born in Wuhan, China at migrated to New Zealand with my family at the age of 9. For the next 18 years I Posted by allenz2123 in My first backpacking trip! | Jul 31, 2014
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