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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Mana Uyuni
but they have heating for 10 Bol more, as well as wifi for 10 bol more. You won't stay in Uyuni long so splurge :) and treat yourselve to some warmth.
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... the night before, as I was on a bender at Route 36. Too scared to have a proper sleep on the bus as I truly thought that I might **** myself, my only blessing was that the seat next to me was vacant. Until, one minute before we take off, a Spanish girl jumps on the bus. She sits next to me crying, after getting separated from her friends. Long story short, I make the journey with dry undies and a little rest. We meet a nice lady at Unyi and book the tour with her. We ...
... rieur pour se réveille le dernier jour à Salar que je ne pourrai jamais décrire.
On a rencontré des irlandais des belges un honkongais un anglais et notre chauffeur/cuisinier /guide don José.
5 jours merveilleux entre le Chili et la Bolivie.
San Pedro is a little village you are almost bound to visit on your way to the Atacama desert. With all the houses being made of the same brown-pinkish material, this is a ...
... 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 ...
... for a demonstration on how the manually process and pack the salt; would you believe none if the salt is exported?! The infrastructure isn't capable if sustaining such a business yet.... Then it was off into the centre of the flats to Isla Pescado (fish island) for our lunch and a walk around. There wasn't a fish to be seen - it's apparently named because of the shape of the island. There were plenty of good ...
... is exceptionally beautiful. It felt like being back in Empangeni.
The Bolivianos themselves are a hit or miss. They might return a friendly greeting with a scowl and scold you for no apparent reason, or they might treat you as family giving you the warmest attention you will ever know. Always approach with caution, especially when it comes to the cholitas.
The cholita is an inescapable icon of Bolivian tradition. This is the traditional ...