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Monthly Archives: June 2011

Bolivia day 14 / Argentina day 1 – Crossing the border from Bolivia to Argentina

This was a rough night as this part of the trip meant coming straight from the Salar de Uyuni/Laguna trip, take a quick nap, and then taking the train from Uyuni town to the border of Argentina and a van into Salta. The train was going to be a late one as it was going … Continue reading »

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Bolivia day 13 – Geysers, Hot Springs, and Laguna Verde

Getting up in the morning at 4:30 AM was not hard to do, but it was the getting up in the cold that was the hard part. It was real cold. I was glad that it was not the wet season which would have made the icy conditions worse with snow and sleet. Despite the … Continue reading »

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Bolivia day 12 – Laguna Colorada and various other Lagunas

This was the second day of the Salar de Uyuni trip and it started off with breakfast and checking out the town of Alota. There weren’t a lot of people living in this town and it was basically used as a place for tourists to stay the night. Yet, still you could see the people … Continue reading »

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Bolivia day 11 – Salar de Uyuni

All I can say about this day was wow! This was an amazing day to see Salar de Uyuni which I never thought was like. It’s one of the things where you have to go and see it for yourself! It is a must! The world’s biggest salt flats is a must see! And the … Continue reading »

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Bolivia day 10 – Enroute to Uyuni town

It was an easy day which was all about get up, pack up, and haul myself over with the rest of the group to the bus station to get on the bus. What I’ve noticed was that the buses were getting worse and worse in terms of looks, style, and seating conditions. I think that … Continue reading »

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