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The only thing to do in potosi was a mining tour down an active mine, so we did it! And I can say it was one of the most eye opening experiences I've ever had. This mine produced pretty much all of Spain's silver and thy are still going at it! So much so the mountain is sinking due to all the tunnels being created. We would be walking along a mine and suddenly hear shouts ahead and a ...
... my bag every time I want to close it. After the two hours was up we went back to check on Sheeno who had perked up a little bit. They gave him more antibiotics and told us to get some food into the chap. We brought him to our local restaurant where our waiter friend was there watching the box and drinking coffee. After we had ordered our food my prayers were finally answered. I felt a rumbling in my stomach and made straight for ...
... are over in the center. As usual, I met a March in the town to protect the health of the workers from the mines. I took my bus at nighttime to reach Uyuni in order to go to the salt's desert. I first ask many travel agencies their price and their package....it seems very expensive so I decided to go closer from the salt's desert. Please see the picture of this town and the surrounding to have an idea of ...
... the olden days, as I have no idea when it was.
Stopping to take a photo, a herd of wild goats came running up, squealing and leaping over the gravel. It was quite funny because they actually did appear to come out of nowhere.
We continued on the road, and absorbing scenery that was so different to what you would find in my corner of the earth I felt so lucky to be where I am. The greeny brown mountains, being so high it almost ...
... 4,480m and you can feel it. The road got bumpier and rougher with snow piled high around us; we pulled up to what looked like a large concrete toilet block on the pass where a big sign stated we were at the Bolivian border. It was a pretty wild and desolate spot. We ran off for an al fresco pee stop and returned to a hot cuppa from the tour agent with bread and cheese. Result. After doing the queue and immigration thing (two Bolivian men sitting at a rough desk looking very ...