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... town and then headed out to the salt flats. It was such a strange landscape because it is white for as far as the eye can see (and apparently even whiter during the rainy season). It looks almost like a giant ice skating rink, except that it's salt instead of ice. Our guide helped us take lots of funny perspective pictures since the bright white of the salt flats allows it and then we headed on to Isla Incahuasi, which is a big island in the middle of the salt flats covered with ...
... businesses within the family, so plenty of children is a must. Their shawls are equally decorative and functional, but the story begins the hats is the most interesting. So, if our guide is to be believed; when the rich Europeans came to Bolivia, wearing their fancy hats and clothes, rich Bolivians also wanted some item of clothing to show their success. So they took a fancy to the bowler hats and bought ...
... to go on his sentence. Stinking of BS we listened to his tale of being a divorced dad who couldn't pay child support, took an offer to run some drugs into Bolivia and got caught because he was used as a decoy so that the real drugs could be brought through. He told us he knew the guy from the book and the lawyer who penned the tale and said we could ask him anything. A few questions later he asked us for some money to buy dinner. We knew it was coming but when we told him ...
... La Paz far nicer than expected and didn't feel unsafe at all. It's one of the most strikingly unusual cities in the world with its location in, and up the sides of, a massive valley high up in the Andes mountains. Driving back in to the city at night from up high is a sight well worth seeing. It does make it a little tiring wandering the hilly streets at such altitude though. We were out of breath even having been at altitude for a few weeks now. I ...
... scary maybe. - were pointed out the bits where buses had gone off the edge/ where top gear filmed and went under waterfalls. - as the road got less steep it started to get warmer and we could see the views better. - Tom and Fred both fell off their bikes at the same moment on a flat bit, later they both ended up in hospital for stitches and an x-Ray. - at the bottom we arrived in a little ...