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 […]
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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 […]
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 […]
More and more people ask me what I eat here, in Peru and Bolivia, complaining that I don’t post enough food photos. Peruvian cuisine is considered to be one of the best on the continent, and to be honest I kind of regret I hadn’t stayed there longer. Here in […]