Travel Blogs from Uyuni, Bolivia

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Bolivia observations, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Bolivia observations

A travel blog entry by cornflake

... walked past sveral homeless people past out with drugs or alcohol while others walked roudn them in Ice cream parlours splashing the cash. Bolivia also appeared to smell alot like farts  (ike parts of Peru smelled of Pee)!  Not so much much in ...

Uyuni, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Uyuni

A travel blog entry by jenandbatton

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... lakes & Flamingoes (We got a bit laked out!). Claudio prepared lunch at the Chigcuana Salt Flats which are pretty small compared to Uyuni. The train track heads accross these salt flats but only 1 train a day ventures accross! Our arrival to the Hotel del ...

Pass the salt, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Pass the salt

A travel blog entry by supertramps

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... a lot of time taking stupid photos. We visited a salt hotel, a salt mine, and finished the trip with the train graveyard outside Uyuni. The trip was very good overall and we were lucky to have a good group - our drivers and cooks were very sound too. ...

Vast Salt Flats, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Vast Salt Flats

A travel blog entry by zmasey

Wow what a day, these salt falts are 12,000kmē and they are massive. First a little salt factory was visited, itīs in a very very small rural village where the families collect the salt then its processing and put into bags and sold. Bags of salt ...

Uyuni Salt flats and southern Bolivia, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Uyuni Salt flats and southern Bolivia

A travel blog entry by lance_fan

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... Uyuni salt flats A trio of 4-wheel drive vehicles (Toyota Landcruisers) arrived in the morning to pick us up and take us into the Uyuni salt flats, an area of 750 sq. kilometers that is, you guessed it, flat and covered with salt. The salt is several ...

The Altiplano and Uyuni's Salt Lake, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

The Altiplano and Uyuni's Salt Lake

A travel blog entry by strawberry

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... long drive was ahead of us, but this one was even more spectacular than the last, as we crossed the Altiplano into Bolivia. The scenery included beautiful moutain lakes (one of which was pink!), fantastic mountains, Llamas, flamingos, etc, etc. This ...

Awesome Altiplano, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Awesome Altiplano

A travel blog entry by coolrara

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The Bolivian Altiplano, or high plain, is simply awesome. Its located at around 3800 m (12500ft) above sea level. A vast expense of mostly flat plains with snow-capped mountains in the background, stunning lakes, and some beautifully formed rocks. A ...

Salt Salt everywhere but not a drop to eat (Andy), Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Salt Salt everywhere but not a drop to eat (Andy)

A travel blog entry by lindseyhehman

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The biggest reason for us to come to Bolivia was to visit the Salares de Uyuni and south western Bolivia.  Without a doubt the largest tourist attraction in the landlocked nation, the Salares de Uyuni are the worlds biggest salt flat.  The ...

The most amazing scenery!, Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

The most amazing scenery!

A travel blog entry by ollieinamerica

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... Argentina so it wasnīt so bad - we only fell the building move a little! Tomorrow we move to Sucre, the official capital of Bolivia, which we are told is beautiful. The plan is to have a week of Spanish as we are still struggling around - so annoying ...

60. mmmmm....salty, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

60. mmmmm....salty

A travel blog entry by raycoleman

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We were fast running out of time so we got the overnight train to Uyuni to visit the salt flats. It must be low season or something as the town seemed deserted. We arrived pretty early and tired from the train so we got something to eat and went to find a ...

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