Sucre and Santa Cruz

Wednesday, February 18th, 2009

In order to reach next country, Argentina, we had to fly to Buenos Aires from Sucre via Santa Cruz. Bus trip to Sucre was hmm… interesting, and luckily the last in Bolivia. Big part of the roads in Bolivia are unpaved, and the buses are not the best ever. Half of the trip from La […]

Salar de Uyuni – Salt lakes

Monday, February 9th, 2009

Probably the best tour so far was the one to the biggest salt flat in the world (10,582 km²), Salar de Uyuni. We had good group consisting of two Australians, two Germans, us plus the driver/mechanic/cook/guide. Tip: When booking this tour, there is like 60 companies offering it. It’s good to pay attention who you […]

La Paz – Bolivia

Sunday, February 8th, 2009

Trip from Puno was supposed to last about 7H. It took 12H, mainly because passing the frontier in Copacabana was so slow. You need to be checked by the Peruvian police control, the Peruvian Customs, walk pass the frontier, visit the Bolivian Immigration office, and re-embark the bus for 100m, to finally get told that […]

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