Hotel de Sal Cristal
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... in every direction. We then Stopped at a small dormant volcano covered in massive cacti!! Was in heaven, Iv fallen in love with cacti since being in South America (even got close to finding the perfect cacti photo). Me and mike went for a venture over to the otherside to get away from everyone else and it was well worth it, to be isolated amongst massive cacti with a backdrop of the salt flats all on ...
... all for the second time. From here we continue into all-new territory, the salt flats get even more beautiful before petering out entirely, and we arrive at our second night's accommodation - another fantastic salt hostel. We hunt for a ruined Inca house, some mysterious caves, and a fantastic view.
Early on the third morning, we walked out onto the salt flats for the beautiful sunrise treatment...what a beautiful view. Post-brekky, we head to ...
... met in rio) which looked awesome, as well as other travellers photos on Facebook. We spent 2.5hrs doing so many creative shots including yoga poses and my PUMA shot!!! Then we went to the abandoned train line, which was cool too. After this, we headed to Uyuni where our trip would end. I had told mi familia about the troubles lianne and I had last time in Bolivia, thinking i couldn't be unlucky enough for protests/blockades to ruin my trip ...
... other side. Then watch our coach cross the lake on another boat and then get back on the bus. I thought this was surreal but later heard of people doing this journey in the dark.
After another hour or so we went through a town. Lazily staring out the window I notice a Swastika graffitied on the wall. 'That's a bit weird' I thought. Then another Swastika and another 2 more. Then 'Fuhrer' graffitied on the wall. Just as I was hoping we don't ...
... Uyuni called Extreme fun pub, serving the most interesting cocktails I've ever seen. Milky cocktails in baby bottles, Bolivian style mojitos made from coca leafs and extremely unusual mugs. The floor was covered in salt that almost looked it sand.
After an all you can eat breakfast of cereal, fruit, eggs, potatoes, pancakes, fresh juices and all different kinds of breads we hit the road and headed for Potosi.