Travel Blogs from Bolivia

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First Friday, Cochabamba, Bolivia travel blog

First Friday

A travel blog entry by niclark1221


... cold out and I was ill prepared. So many of the people in this amazing group are also travelers that have settled in Bolivia either for a short amount of time or possible a few years. Everyone is extremely welcoming and since many are travelers they all ...

Crazy city..., La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Crazy city...

A travel blog entry by sebou

Bien arrivés hier a La Paz 19h de bus plus que folklo. Vue impressionante lors de la montée et on change de température. Il caille sec a 6h du mat´! Premiere journée passée a déambuler dans les rues de cette ville folle. Ca bouge de partout, ...

Salt Flats, Lagoons and Flamingos, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Salt Flats, Lagoons and Flamingos

A travel blog entry by deni367


... speak a word of English. We started the trip with a visit to the "train cemetery". After the collapse of the mining industry in Bolivia in the 1940s, many trains were abandoned and now serve as one of the first stops of the Salt Flats tour. We then moved ...

journee pique pique???, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

journee pique pique???

A travel blog entry by pepsouille


arrivee 7h30 du matin apres 13h de bus... pour moi jai bien dormi mais sylvain moyen,, plus la journee passe plus sa fievre monte... allez on a un peu de tps alors on va visiter... l hopitla!!! et oui, tout est propre , blanc et calme, les urgences st ...

Salt Flats, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Salt Flats

A travel blog entry by amyabroad


Today we drove across the salt flats, stopping to take the typical pictures in the morning.  Since the area is so flat, tourists always stop to take pictures that play with perspective.  I'll upload some of my favourites when I can. We then ...

At the copa, Copacabana!, Copacabana, Bolivia travel blog

At the copa, Copacabana!

A travel blog entry by garrykctravels


... which is the worlds highest navigable lake at 12,506ft (3,812m). It is also South America's largest lake spanning over Bolivia and Peru. Titicaca has been translated to mean 'rock puma' as local communities have traditionally interpreted the shape of the ...

Cravings, Corruption and Near-Death Experiences, La Paz, Bolivia travel blog

Cravings, Corruption and Near-Death Experiences

A travel blog entry by tombarker

... from society for in the first place, producing and selling drugs. All this is made possible thanks to the depressed economy of Bolivia where being a prison guard is one of the most sought-after jobs in Bolivia because of all the money to be made in ...

A totally OUT OF THIS WORLD experience!, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

A totally OUT OF THIS WORLD experience!

A travel blog entry by adelecarroll


... military, no fences and no walls. Bolivian border control! Unbelievable! So now I'm stamped in and I am officially in Bolivia! Woooo! After a hearty breakfast at the border provided by our tour operator Cordillera Travel we embarked upon our 4x4 journey. ...

Highest city in the world, Potosi, Bolivia travel blog

Highest city in the world

A travel blog entry by dianeontheroad


After a reasonable night's sleep, I headed off to explore Potosi, the world's highest city at around 4,000m altitude and at one time the world's richest city due to the abundance of silver which was exploited by the conquistadores. The Lonely Planet ...

Amazing Bolivia, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Amazing Bolivia

A travel blog entry by los2gringos

This is one of the big milestones of our trip - the 3 day trip from San Pedro de Atacama to Uyuni, Bolivia, in a 4x4. Laura, my cousin, did this trip before and after seeing her pictures and hearing the stories, we knew that this trip would be a must. ...

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