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Travel Blogs from Potosi
... get to the mint. I arrived at 17:20 but they said it closed at 18:00 and won't let me go in. I was disappointed as I love going to mints and learning about the history of money but unfortunately it wasn't meant to be. I found some street food on my walk back to the hotel as I hadn't eaten since breakfast. In the evening we went out for our final group dinner as we figured tomorrow no one would like to go out for a lengthy dinner after sitting on the truck for a long drive ...
... still haven't slept, and lost most of my amazing photos of potosi. However there is still a couple, so I hope you enjoy them.
POST POST SCRIPT Using th find my iPhone app, the police were still unable to find my iPhone, so I took it upon myself to go door knocking, Most people were helpful, and I offered money to them if they grassed up the guy, to no avail. I will post when possible about my trip in the Uyuni salt flats - amazing photos!
... coca tea, alcohol... 96%... And yes they do drink it!!! And dynamite. Have to admit, I never thought I see my self buying dynamite. But I did. The guide comes from a family of miners, and did the tour for 9 years. She told us some interesting facts along the way, but when we got to the bit, where we had to crawl down the next level, she didn't pay much attention to the rest of us. She could literally run through the dark muddy tunnels. But climbing down a ...
... pulled her foot out quickly. One step to the left was a liquid pool of boiling mud which would have really caused problems. After a panic check that she was ok, no scald, we all collapsed laughing at her to be honest. Only my girls would be daft enough to walk around a place like this without watching where they were putting their feet! She was totally embarrassed cos it was blindingly obvious what a twit she’d been from the mud mark on her leg. Spot the daft teenager.
I went to work to the family's plantation of Herikha, in the Middleton of the Bolivian countryside.
It is definetly the best place I have been in Bolivia.
Her family own many land with peach trees. In fact, many generation ago, it is her family which lance this production.
They are selling dry peach to people in order to make some juice. They call the dry peach, Mocochinchi.
I helped them on collecting the peach from the trees, pealing them (not ...