Hotel Kutimuy

Avenida Potosi in corner Avaroa, Uyuni, Bolivia | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by dmarek


We were up for our 7 am breakfast - wondering if it would actually come off. In reality, the breakfast was ready before we were. I tried to get ready without leaving the bed covers, but that wasn't that easy. I think people had difficulty sleeping - some complained of a difficult night, i.e., Howard and Astrid. The breakfast consisted of …

Salar de Uyuni

A travel blog entry by dmarek


Today isn't over yet, but our tour is - actually it ended several hours ago. It is now 1 pm and our tour ended at 10:30 am BUT it started at 5 am. We were up at 4:30. I had to put away my charging batteries propped up by my daypack because I needed by daypack. I did change some clothes although it might not have been noticeable to anyone else …

Bolivian beauties

A travel blog entry by ortrun


... s car, which we saw as a good sign.
The Salar de Uyuni was just fantastic, check out the pics. No words needed here.
Heading towards our first night stop, the adventure started: Our car overheated and broke down with what seemed a multiple organ failure. I’m not a mechanic, so just be happy with that explanation. Loads of other Jeeps stopped to help, and in the first gear, in darkness and after being declined by some hostels, we managed to reach a free ...

Beauty of Bolivia

A travel blog entry by tipsygypsy


... standing next to geysers, snow capped mountains, a volcano, off-roading in the desert, frolicking llamas, natural hot springs, rock formations opening up to what looked like a scene from a movie. I could go on and on, words can hardly explain the gorgeous panoramic views. The verdict: come to Bolivia before the tourism industry erupts, the stunning country with friendly people is a true gem of South ...

A journey to the end of the world...

A travel blog entry by sarahrtw

... English speaking guides, and not getting one.

The next stop was Colchani, a small town, located 5km to the salt flats. We took a look inside a salt factory where the workers were refining the mined salt, so it could be used for eating. As we walked inside, we saw mounds of the raw product, which resembled another white substance that Bolivia is also famous for....! Aside from the standard tourist souvenir markets, there was a salt hotel, where EVERYTHING was made from ...


This hotel, located on Avenida Potosi in corner Avaroa, Uyuni, is near Sajama National Park, Archaeological Museum, and Jhaneth Tours.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair