I am not sure why, but South America often feels like the forgotten continent amongst travelers. So before you run off to Thailand, France, or Iceland, I want to make a case for South America.
I could talk at you until we’re both snoring, but I can’t do proper justice to this continent with words. So, take a moment to be inspired by a few wonders of the Latin Continent. Continue reading “25 Photos That Will Make You Book A Flight To South America.”
Day 3 was another incredible day. Many people doing the Uyuni tour end in 3 days. I am very glad I chose a 4 day trip because this was not an experience I would have wanted to rush, and I would not have wanted to miss out on anything I did and saw (although, in truth I ran into traveler’s from the 3 day trip that were ready to be done on day 3). Continue reading “Bolivian Jeep Tour, Day 3”
Day 2, more beauty, more mountains, more deserts, more alpacas, fewer trees, fewer and fewer and fewer signs of life. I was actually quite astounded by the complete lack of human touch that stretched on for hours and hours, days in fact. Continue reading “Bolivian Jeep Tour, Day 2”
The main thing I was looking forward to in Bolivia was the 4 day Jeep trek. I did not know a ton about it beforehand. I knew that every traveler I met who was heading to Bolivia, was heading there for this trek. I also knew I would end up at Salar De Uyuni (the world’s largest salt flat) at some point during the journey. I do not know exactly what I expected, but I did not expect Bolivia to be filled with so much natural beauty. My trek from Tupiza to Uyuni was absolutely one of the coolest things I have ever done. For this post, I will share my experience from Day 1 of 4. Continue reading “Bolivian Jeep Tour, day 1”
This post is about my first impression of Bolivia. In fact, just entering Bolivia was a weird experience. So I will start there, at the Argentinian/Bolivian border. Continue reading “Welcome to Bolivia”