Tag Archives: Bolivia

Salt Flats

Con-salt your senses!

Posted on 22. Jul, 2013 by Emma Campbell.


Opting to leave Peru for Bolivia the day before Peruvian Independence Day was perhaps not one of my smartest decisions. It appeared that the entire Peruvian Population who reside in Bolivia were making their way back over the boarder to get ready for the celebrations.  After resolving some issues with departure papers myself and my [...]

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Dancing the night away

Spending the night on Lake Titicaca

Posted on 17. Jul, 2013 by Ninka Hartog.


Two days ago we arrived in Puno; a Peruvian city situated at Lake Titicaca (the world’s highest navigable lake). From Puno we visited the floating islands and after that we went for a three hour boat ride to get to Isla Amantani, where everyone would spend  the night with a local family. Practically nobody speaks English, only [...]

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An Expedition like no other

Posted on 21. Jun, 2013 by Amanda Harrex.


A journey on to the Uyuni Salt Flats is a highlight of many people’s visits to Bolivia. Tour Leader, Amanda, describes the excursion and it is easy to understand why.

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Potosi miners

The Challenges of Potosi

Posted on 12. Jun, 2013 by Ninka Hartog.


Budget Expedition Tour Leader, Ninka visits Potosi and comes across the hardships that locals face here.

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