Hacienda de Cayara

Address: Carretera Potosi, Potosi, Bolivia | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Potosi

Potosi

A travel blog entry by lisakresky on Apr 28, 2015

50 photos

... in our protective clothing which included a jacket, pants, rubber boots, and a helmet with light. We drove first to one of the processing plants to see how they separated the minerals from other parts of the rock. We then headed to the mountain and went in the mine. It was extremely dark and we definitely needed our headlamps. Some parts were also really low so we had to squat down low to walk. Overall many of the people in Bolivia are much shorter than people in ...

A night in Potosi

A travel blog entry by dragonfly911 on Apr 06, 2015

4 photos

... wasn't a lot of options. I was mildly affected by the altitude again, but thank god not as badly as in la Paz. I had also got some more altitude tablets, and hoped being in sucre at 2000 feet for 2 weeks had helped.

We found a restaurant open, one of only two we had seen, had dinner and headed back to the hostel. Insomnia came to haunt me again, and I lay awake until 6am before finally falling asleep until 7.30 when gwen's alarm went ...

Potosi and the silver mines

A travel blog entry by birck82 on Apr 06, 2015

25 photos

... had eaten beforehand. But it was good tour, and maybe it was the thin air, but Imogen and I created a lot of fun stories about the silverwares along the way, but seeing the process of the coin, was generally interesting, despite the lack of oxygen. Did conclude after that, that bolivia have truly been screwed over by other countries like Spain, Chile and Argentina, but that is to advance knowledge for me to pass on. Next day was what got to me. A visit to ...

26th March to April 3rd Uyuni to Potosi, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by mcgrtwtrip on Apr 03, 2015

2 comments, 49 photos

... over difficult spots and sometimes flying along on open, flat areas with no particular route it seemed, with the dust billowing out behind us and a vast, totally wild, pristine landscape opening up before us at every turn. Surrounded by snow capped volcanoes thousands of metres high and clear blue skies, dry dust blowing in the windows, the noise of the engine and wheels on gravel, but on stopping, quiet and complete stillness. It was quite eerie up there at times; apart from us and a ...

Potosi, the highest city in the world

A travel blog entry by kayna on Mar 21, 2015

19 photos

... that we could do a tour on Sunday, but that there would be no mining taking place. After some deliberation, we decided to do the tour on Monday morning, leave our bags in the hostel, and get a later bus to Uyuni, the next stop. We also discovered that pretty much everything is shut in Potosi (actually, in Bolivia) on a Sunday.

In the evening of Saturday 21st, we met up with David and Jen from our Pantanal trip, which was ...