Travel Blogs from Uyuni, Bolivia

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Zon, zout en wij op de Salar de Uyuni, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Zon, zout en wij op de Salar de Uyuni

A travel blog entry by mirjamenmarcia


... paspoorten. We zijn officieel in Bolivia! Er staan een aantal oude Toyota jeeps klaar voor de reizigers die over de Salar de Uyuni Bolivia de komende drie dagen zullen rondcrossen, net als wij. We stappen uit en ondanks het heldere weer is het ontzettend ...

Tunupa Volcano, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Tunupa Volcano

A travel blog entry by veromarcos


... for the country. Evo Morales is the President and forms part of one of the three indian groups that live in Bolivia (Quechua, Aymara and Guarani). Evo is pushing laws and changes to increase the presence of indians in the state administration ...

Sitting on a Pringle tube on the Salt Lake., Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Sitting on a Pringle tube on the Salt Lake.

A travel blog entry by robandjoan


... there that we fed our breakfast to.  And then we went to the border with Chile.  We already had our passports stamped in Uyuni so just had to wait for everyone else on the other tours to get theirs stamped.  There was a small bus to take ...

Bolivia’s Salt Flats, Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Bolivia’s Salt Flats

A travel blog entry by kerry_andrew

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... off to the salt flats themselves, the edges of which were no more than 10 minutes outside the village. The salt flats of Bolivia – the Salar de Uyuni – are the world’s largest salt flats; 12,100 sq km in size, lying some 3,650m above sea ...

Salar de Uyuni (The Salt Flats), Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Salar de Uyuni (The Salt Flats)

A travel blog entry by sophie_ish


... idea of turning it into a playground. The trip was over and we survived unharmed, having seen some of the most spectacular and unique landscapes. After pizza with the rest of the group we caught our overnight bus from Uyuni to La Paz (capital of ...

The Badlands, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

The Badlands

A travel blog entry by cjandtheswede


...     The second day we moved away from the Salt Flats and discovered the mountains and Volcanoes that line the Bolivia/Chilean border. There we also visited 5 different lakes, the last, Lago Colorada being the most impressive. Due to its ...

The Bolivian Salt Flats, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

The Bolivian Salt Flats

A travel blog entry by brownej


Uyuni is a remote town at an altitude of 3600m.. and it is the gateway to the white salars or salt falts. The area is volcanic and there is a local legend that the salt flats were created by the volcano goddess. The story goes that after marrying her ...

Rubbing salt into the wound, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Rubbing salt into the wound

A travel blog entry by nial

... Lago Minchin) dried up. Salar de Uyuni the largest in the world. When you're talking about the "Worlds Most Dangerous Road" for Bolivia(see La Paz entry), that's a bit like talking about the "Most Obese American" or the "Most Unemotional Finn", there's ...

The salt planes, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

The salt planes

A travel blog entry by aoifeandtadgh


... skipped the previous days and headed straight to the salt flats. Our tour was topped off with a visit to the train graveyard in Uyuni...listed in the lonely planet as one of the most interesting things in the town. They must have been stuck cos it was ...

Bolivian Balls of Steel!, Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Bolivian Balls of Steel!

A travel blog entry by wjh88

... eg dont let them walk behind you etc. after a horrible night in calama we got on the bus at 7am the next day to uyuni bolivia! we arrived last night and quickly made friends with 3 of the best sort of people you could meet. 2 were american travelling ...

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