O bałaganie i roztargnieniu.
Salar de Uyuni was my dream destination. I went on holidays with high expectations and fears that reality wouldn’t come up to them. Some Practical Tips for visiting Salar in July. The fact that I visited Salar in July is a big importance here as July and August are the coldest […]
Itinerary: Park Eduardo Avaroa + Salar (4 days from Tupiza) Day 1. Quebrada de Palala – interesting rock formations. Our first stop on the way. At first I felt disappointed when Fernando, our driver, told us we stop for 15 minutes only – I jumped out of the jeep as fas as […]
“Studying while on holidays?” many of you will make a face thinking it’s a nonsense, but just consider it for a moment and you might actually come to the conclusion it’s quite a good idea after all. Learning Spanish in Latin America will not only improve your communication skills, but it’s a magnificent way […]
“So, what’s going on?” ask my mother on skype. “Great,” I answered enthusiastically, “I rode down the Death Road yesterday”. The silence on the other end told me that it might not have been the best choice of words to describe my experience on the most dangerous road of the […]
Filled with dismembered rusty locomotives and cars, this cemetery is the place where trains found their final resting place. Located just 3 kilometers outside Uyuni town (3670 m. above see level), where most Flat Salts trips start, the train cemetery, a weird tourist attraction of leftover train skeletons is a […]