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... and in this case it would be to their advantage. The helmet was also heavy and I could feel it crunching my neck as we walked, not the most comfortable. Nevertheless, I've done numerous mining tours in the past and by far this one was the coolest because it was an actual working mine by hand. We met some of the miners and gave out our gifts. At one point climbed up this ladder and through this cave to where they were hulling some rocks. Up there it was extremely hot. ...
I stayed there just a day in order to see this colonial town. Everyone on my way recommended me that town. It is a nice town but very ugly around because of the minors. The mountains are destroyed. The town is quiet dirty and there are many graffiti everywhere. I went to visit the museum of the money, which is recommended by everyone also. The town is nice but I guess it will be better after the ...
... br> Gwen, Pete and David took a tour of the mine in the morning, which they said was good but a little on the dangerous side, I elected to stay at the hostel and try and get a few more hours sleep, which thankfully I could,
We met up for lunch, headed back to the hostel to grab our bags and went to the bus terminal.
Uyuni, where we are heading, is at 5000 feet. I'm hoping it won't make too much of a difference as we will only ...
... mines. I didn't meant to go, since I heard stories and had moral doubts as well. Like this was not just a touristy tour, but an insight to a real life. People are not there for shows, but you enter to see their work, their life. But everyone else signed up, so I did as well. 8.30 our guide come and shoves us through the back courtyard of the hostel. Here she starts laying out, all the close for ups to wear. Protective rainwear and rubber boots, helmets with ...
... 4WDs which we glimpsed via the odd trailing dust clouds catching the light in the distance, that was sometimes the only sign that we weren’t completely alone up there. It felt like a real adventure.
The first day we drove until about 5pm, stopping at beautiful isolated lagoons, Laguna Blanca and Laguna Verde, for walks and pictures, and a quick dip in thermal springs with a view to die for (bikinis on girls!) We also stopped at the most dangerous geysers ...