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... as with every settlement we saw in Bolivia, rubbish surrounded the town for half a kilometre from the edge of the housing. Then as we left the town behind we were surprised to find the lake we had viewed on the map was in reality a huge wetland area where there were more flamingos than we have seen anywhere previously. It was very a pleasant area to ride through as the train goes slowly enough to watch the scenery unfold and observe the birdlife.
After the wetland ...
... blue skies and sun sun sun. This makes a great place to have a lot of fun with photos, where all perspective is forgotten and the horizon seems so far away (in fact when we climbed up high later in the day we could see the curvature of the earth). See photos. The next day we drove most of the day in the direction of Chile with regular stops to marvel at the scenery. Sadly it was insanely cold with strong strong winds for most of the day so we could only spend a few ...
... valley, the Tres Marias, the Amphitheater, walking through a salt cave and watching the sunset from a huge sand dune. The guide was quite good, and was kind enough to translate his Spanish explanations for me, as all the others in the trip were Spanish speaking. Although I followed most of what he was saying in Spanish, it was still quite good to get the English version! :-) The scenery is quite spectacular, and you really get a feel for just how dry ...
... be glowing tomorrow! We went for dinner and met up with Matthew, Conor and Fam (another girl from our salt flats tour) for a few drinks, although we didnt have two pesos to rub together so we just sat there and watched them drink! Elaine and Ash must have had a secret stash of pesos somewhere actually because they ended up getting one beer each and Elaine maintains that it was the best beer she has ever had in her life! (It was also proberly the most ...
... minus-twenty corridor of Bay Street, my bleeding nose and crippled hands and the one sky that sat above Collingwood. The bones of winter were dancing and alive inside of me. My body instantly started shivering in an attempt to recover warmth. Our guide was talking of the very particular hydrogeological science that accounted for the natural phenomenon of the geysers. El Tatio, he told us, was the third largest geyser field in the world after Yellowstone in the ...