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... and bird sanctuary. As always the toucans were incredible, tucking into a banana tree only a metre of so away from us. Our time in Bolivia was over & with the exception of an over zealous drug enforcement officer at Santa Cruz airport we had enjoyed every minute. The Salar de Uyuni was hands down the highlight of our South American journey so far. We are on the home leg now and looking forward to seeing our friends in ...
... explains why when we bought a bus ticket for 2:30 we didn't actually leave until 4. Apparently you can buy a ticket for whatever time you want, it just doesn't mean that's when you'll actually get to leave. This has been a common theme in South America; they will tell you anything they think you want to hear! Thankfully the bus to Sucre is only about 3-3.5 hours and we still made it to Sucre at a decent hour. We didn't have accommodation booked but we found a place relatively easy. ...
1° Sipping my coffee on my terrace in the sun, with the "threatening" (promising?) clouds all around and the scenery of those eternal mountains that are completely solid, unmovable and still change one moment at the time.
It makes me think of an old (very old) project of Andy Warhol: "24hrs Empire State building", where he ...
... the risk didn't seem worth the experience… So I sat and enjoyed the landscape and the increasingly threatening dark clouds… that eventually got us the first (very brief) rain shower.
But is the return "walk" to the top that really did me in. Steep, endless, slippery and Edward trotting along as if he were walking on flat country… I had to stop ever more often, with a heartbeat that easily must have hit a 150 or more and ...
... hour late leaving. The
flight was only half an hour and we were met at the airport by our new tour
leader who would be with us for the rest of the tour into Brazil. She was from
El Salvador but had spent a large amount of her life in Australia which made it
very easy for us to understand her. We were taken for an orientation tour of
the city. It was very pleasing to be in ...