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Bolivia

Days 946-947: Lago Titicaca is all about tourism

QuickPeek: Tourism.

I am running out of time on my Bolivian visa and given I had to leave the country on the 30th, I had to head out of our lovely little space with Luis and hit the road. We decided to… Continue Reading →

Days 943-945: Pretty packed days in and around La Paz

QuickPeek: Tourism. Rest. Hiking.

We arrived at the terminal of La Paz early in the morning. We had a Couchsurfing host in town, but he was expecting us late at night. We had all day to hang about so we stored the heavy backpack… Continue Reading →

Days 938-942: Good times in Cochabamba with Carmelo and his sweet family

QuickPeek: Rest. Cooking. Tourism. Dogs!

Leaving Oruro was a bit of fun. We were up and ready to hit the road and as we headed out of the small hostel we were at, we noticed that there traffic was super light. Hmmm, there had been… Continue Reading →

Days 936-937: Exploring Oruro

QuickPeek: Walk about. Tourism. Eating.

It was nice to have taken a train ride out of Uyuni, the hours were terrible, we had to wait till 2AM in freezing weather for the train and the sleep was a bit disrupted as I could not get… Continue Reading →

Days 933-935: An amazing host helps us skip the Uyuni tourist trap

QuickPeek: Cooking. Rest. Tourism.

We decided to head to the small town of Uyuni about 4 hrs by bus from Potosi. This was a tourist highway, but Uyuni was a small village, just in the periphery of the world’s largest Salt flats, Salar de… Continue Reading →

Days 931-932: Potosi might just be the prettiest mining town

QuickPeek: Walking. Tourism.

We came into Potosi at an elevation of about 4000m. I thought the thin air might be a bit of a bother, but apart from a little bit of shortness of breath, it was not too bad. We took a… Continue Reading →

Days 927-930: Exploring Sucre

QuickPeek: Walking. Cooking. Rest.

The road out of Samaipata towards sucre seemed to be pretty curvy and with either gravel or tons of potholes. The bus jolted a lot and with the seats not being high enough, I had to get into odd positions… Continue Reading →

Days 924-926: Leisurely exploring neighborhoods of Samaipata

QuickPeek: Hikes. Tourism.

Samaipata is a bit of an quiet village nestled in the hills with nice weather and that seemed to have attracted a sizeable community of europeans who live here. Well I suppose the presence of the foreign population just meant… Continue Reading →

Days 921-923: I need to learn to travel as a backpacker

QuickPeek: Meeting friends. Great host. Tourism.

I have been backpacking for the past 3 weeks to so, but it’s such a different mode than cycling that I am not sure how to approach it. The point to point bus rides and then trying to figure out… Continue Reading →

Days 919-920: Surprising to see the tropical lowlands of Bolivia

QuickPeek: Rest.

I thought Bolivia was primarily Altiplano. All the tourism promos for the country seem to focus on the highlands and the cultural aspects of it, but in reality about 70% of Bolivia is tropical or sub tropical and very very… Continue Reading →

Day 918: Entering Bolivia proved to be more tricky then it should

QuickPeek: Border Crossing. New Friends!

Finally we are headed to Bolivia. It had been long time in coming, but finally we are on our way. The first time we were headed here, we turned around in Ecuador to ride the Amazonias. We skipped the second… Continue Reading →

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