Hotel Jardines de Uyuni

Ave Potosi 113, Uyuni, Bolivia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Ave Potosi 113, Uyuni, is near Sajama National Park, Archaeological Museum, and Jhaneth Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Uyuni

Bolivia - Unyi

A travel blog entry by mattcoopers on Aug 02, 2014

... just for this funny photo. We then played with ideas of me and Sam both being in the pic. He lay down, pants dropped, so it looked like she was sucking him, whilst getting ****** by me. It wasn't clear, until Sam worked out that her hair was in the way, and tied it up into a bun. We were a fair distance from everyone, while we messed around with these pics, and thought that no way, would anyone have noticed. Until we get back in the car and Cedric is laughing his head off. ...

So cold so very cold but totally worth it

A travel blog entry by travelandtalk on Jul 14, 2014

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... or 3/4 day tour not to be missed by any traveller. The scenery is simply breathtaking. The tours take place in jeeps of up to 5 people, and gazing out of said jeep and stopping every so often you will take in lagoons (White, turquoise and blue), rolling hills with cactus plants and Joshua trees, epic red canyons and dramatic gorges, and all against jagged and multi coloured mountains and glorious sunshine ...

Ridiculously beautiful and cold

A travel blog entry by kirstinf on Jul 06, 2014

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... being dropped/banged or getting sand in places it shouldn't have sand...... Our excursion finished at the Train Cemetery with the sun setting, what a stunning end to a fabulous day. All of the engines are in working order- apart from the fact that they have been plundered over time. It's hard to decide between cycling the death road and visiting the salts flats as the highlight of our time in Bolivia. No tally changes to report ...

Bolivia Part One: Just Deserts

A travel blog entry by nicoleloser on Jun 30, 2014

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... new marketing strategy had to be devised to get rid of an inconveniently large stockpile of undersized hats. The local women were told that the bowler hats, a few sizes too small, were the trend among the ladies of Europe, and they apparently took to them like the gringos to the llama jerseys.

And so the hats became a very important part of the cholitas' traditional dress, as well as an important means of communication. I have been told that the hat ...

The largest, saltiest, salt flats in the world

A travel blog entry by dan_and_casey on Jun 28, 2014

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... been used for carting salt, minerals and metals out of the country in the past. Here we came across Matt, who we had met in Bogota, Colombia! Seems like such a long time ago...

From here we continued to the small town of Colchani, where we looked around briefly before continuing on to the salt mounds (small mounds, although perspective photos that I had seen had me expecting small mountains!) and the only (retired) salt hotel on the ...