Travel Blogs from Tupiza, Bolivia

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Horse back riding, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Horse back riding

A travel blog entry by mrewkowski

... time was an excuse for Cezars horse to flirt and hit on our horses. Four hours was just enough as we got home our buts were quite sore. We packed our stuff around noon and headed to the bus station to leave Bolivia for the last time go to ...

Tupiza, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Tupiza

A travel blog entry by darrenlotta

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42. Tupiza in a pod!, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

42. Tupiza in a pod!

A travel blog entry by kesvic2013

... though, but they're always welcome! After a pleasantly short walk from the bus terminal to the hostel, we took a stroll. Tupiza centre is a typical Bolivian town but it was hot and carnival was on so we were subsequently pelted with water balloons, ...

Sucre to Tupiza, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre to Tupiza

A travel blog entry by risint

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... still was good to have done it. From Tupiza we intended to go to Argentina via Villazon on the border. Another Bolivian bus journey to be had... again with no toilets on board. Bolivia seems not to believe in toilets on busses, unlike Ecuador and ...

Crossing the Border to Bolivia, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Crossing the Border to Bolivia

A travel blog entry by muzz_travelling

... the name sounds dangerous but really, it's no different to Argentina, or is it? I was a little apprehensive upon arriving in Bolivia. All the stories, the kidnappings, the drugs and underworld crime worried me a little. On arriving at the border of ...

The wild, wild west, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

The wild, wild west

A travel blog entry by mattandbecca

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... the miracle of Viaxin, I no longer cough all day. We also just got to have some adventure canyoneering in southern Bolivia. It´s alot like Utah or Arizona. I´ve been uploading pictures forever! Satellite internet doesn´t upload well. I need ...

Bilan de la Bolivie, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Bilan de la Bolivie

A travel blog entry by cpasifou

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-Beaucoup trop court : comme nous sommes restés une semaine de plus que prévu au Pérou et que nous avons loué un appartement à Buenos Aires, nous n'avions plus que 2 semaines en banque pour visiter la Bolivie. Et oui! même en voyage d’un an, ...

Day 164 - Southwest Circuit (Day 1), Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Day 164 - Southwest Circuit (Day 1)

A travel blog entry by al_fey

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... of the next 4 days in each other's pockets, so it was important that we got on well. There were 2 other jeeps leaving today from Tupiza Tours, one with 6 Irish guys & girls in, and the other with 2 French and 2 from the Basque country. We set off ...

Kedeng Kedeng Oehoe! en nu de jeep in..., Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Kedeng Kedeng Oehoe! en nu de jeep in...

A travel blog entry by astridandgijs

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Hoi Allemaal, We zijn vannacht met de trein naar Tupiza gegaan en waren om ongeveer kwart voor negen hier, tassen afwachten en naar het hostel gelopen. Raad eens, we kunnen nu nog mee in een jeep op de 4 daagse tour. Dat betekent dat we binnen het ...

Tupiza, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Tupiza

A travel blog entry by alexp02

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... more expensive singles don't also smell the same way? I think I also suffered from some altitude sickness upon arriving in Bolivia.  I had a huge headache all day Sunday, not too surprising since Tupiza is about 3,000 meters (nearly 10,000 feet) ...

Hunting for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Hunting for Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid

A travel blog entry by benyclaire

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... beer and water, for a whopping 35 Bolivianos - about 3.50 pounds! Since then, we have spent a bit more time taking it easy - Tupiza is a VERY laid back town in a beautiful setting (about 3000m above sea level). It is very safe, and got plenty of little ...

Horse riding in the Bolivian Wild West, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Horse riding in the Bolivian Wild West

A travel blog entry by grahamnalex

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... room, and headed out to find somewhere to get some horses and a guide to explore the vast canyon lands which surround the town. Bolivia is fantastic for this sort of thing as the people are very friendly and they are always ready to organise a trip around ...

Raindrops keep falling on my head, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Raindrops keep falling on my head

A travel blog entry by markandrebecca

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Quite a scary drive over to Tupiza near the boarder with Argentina today. We took a couple of wrong turns and Skank our driver performed a 3 point turn on a ridge which really didn´t seem wide enough. I think we all thought we were going to topple over ...

Wild West, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Wild West

A travel blog entry by gilesandjane

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An extra stop for some horse riding and a ...

Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Butch Cassidy & The Sundance Kid

A travel blog entry by leanneleonard

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... , watching the roads, guarding the train stations and looking for strangers in villages throughout southern Bolivia. Butch & Sundance skirted their way around Tupiza and followed the long rugged trail to San Vincente. At sundown on November 6th they ...

Day 165 - Southwest Circuit (Day 2), Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Day 165 - Southwest Circuit (Day 2)

A travel blog entry by al_fey

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... would be signs and boardwalks everywhere and bus loads of Japanese tourists! Out here, in the south-west corner of Bolivia, it was just us, jeeps and Mother Nature. Fantastic. This place reminded me of the "mirror lakes" near Milford Sound, ...

bad food good times, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

bad food good times

A travel blog entry by billmauz

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As I neared the Argentina border, I stopped in Tupiza, Bolivia for a quick visit.  For those that don't know, the infamous outlaws Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid met their demise right around this area.  Robbing the now defunct trains of ...

Going downhill (literally, not figuratively...), Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Going downhill (literally, not figuratively...)

A travel blog entry by laura_sheen

... ferrets running around :oD unfortunately it actually means ironmonger which is far less exciting. Also I love that way that everyone in Bolivia calls each other amigo/amiga - its so friendly :o) So just a short one today, not suprising as I havent ...

Tupiza in a pod, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Tupiza in a pod

A travel blog entry by bigusredus

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... only problem is EVERYTHING is covered in thick brown dust, it is absolutely everywhere. In fact Julie says I am full of it!!!!!! Tupiza is a nice town, with a "is it half started or half finished" look. The locals were preparing for a forthcoming street ...

Crap Tours and the Bolivian Weight Loss Programme!, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Crap Tours and the Bolivian Weight Loss Programme!

A travel blog entry by willandliz

... find another couple to go with us. We were a little worried about this as nothing was confirmed, and decided to inquire elsewhere. Tupiza Tours (an attachment to Hostel Mitreu), told us that there was a tour leaving, on the correct day...so we signed up ...

Ride em cowboys...and  girls, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Ride em cowboys...and girls

A travel blog entry by nikieandjames

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... The whole reason for coming here, other than my head not exploding, was that you can take an alternative Salt Flat tour starting in Tupiza and ending in Uyuini. It is more expensive to take this route but we had heard good things about it, and our options ...

Day 3.....somewhere in Boliva, Bolivia..somewhere!, Bolivia travel blog

Day 3.....somewhere in Boliva

A travel blog entry by hotteawhereever

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Day 3...not as an early as a start as the day before but still early...thsi was a cool day...we headed towards the famous Bolivian images i`d seen before...again the day started out cool lots of sunshine....but then the clouds came and th storms ...

Trip to the moon..., Southwestern Circuit - Tupiza to Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Trip to the moon...

A travel blog entry by nikieandjames

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... (green lagoon) situated right underneath Volcan Licancabur (nearly 6000m) straddling the Chilean border in the very southwest corner of Bolivia. From there we drove back through the Dali desert and continued climbing up to the highest point of our ...

Day 163 - Potosi to Tupiza, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Day 163 - Potosi to Tupiza

A travel blog entry by al_fey

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... altitude. We arrived at their tiny little bus station and walked to our hotel, which got quite warm in the blazing sunlight! Tupiza itself is a funny little place, probably the smallest town we've been to in South America (except our base for the Colca ...

Wycieczka na koniach, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Wycieczka na koniach

A travel blog entry by marcos1230

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Wstajemy przed 9-ta, jemy sniadanie, robimy male zakupy, glownie wode bo jest strasznie goraco. Okolo 11-stej wychodzimy do miejsca w ktorym czekaja na nas konie. Mi przypada siwek o imieniu "Moro", Marek dostaje "Huragana".  Nasz przewodnik udziela ...

Canyons, cowboys and cyclists, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Canyons, cowboys and cyclists

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant

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This is truly I one horse town, mean streets, loads of liquor shops and believe it or not about 20 pizza parlors.... Which I think we're owned by the same people as the menus were identical! As was the restaurant decor. The lasagna was very good as ...

Ride 'em cowboy, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Ride 'em cowboy

A travel blog entry by chris-zoe

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Solving Sally's aversion to Le Paz we took a detour to visit Bolivia's Wild West in Tupiza, the legendary area where Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid met their demise.  We signed up for a two day horse riding trek - who needed tonto when you ...

Tupiza 10/10/13-14/10/13 days 39-43, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Tupiza 10/10/13-14/10/13 days 39-43

A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris

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... the front and we had the whole back seat to ourselves. We arrived in Tupiza and went off with Pete and Charlotte to find a hostel. Tupiza is a really small town so it was easy to walk around and find the hostels. We'd read in our lonely planet that there ...

Welcome to the Wild, Wild, West!, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

Welcome to the Wild, Wild, West!

A travel blog entry by carlaandmike

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... It’s amazing – you could see why Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid came down here to live (they also died here in Bolivia).  And despite the craziness, it was cool to be on a horse in this environment – it made us feel like ...

horse riding in the mountains!, Tupiza, Bolivia travel blog

horse riding in the mountains!

A travel blog entry by ryanmonk

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