Friday, November 24, 2017

Salt Flats, Bolivia (Day 2): Living in the Land Cruiser

Day 2 began promptly at 6:30AM for most. I chose to skip breakfast to enjoy one more hour of the salt hotel's bedding. If you thought Day 1 was a lot of work, get...

Salt Flats Hotel Uyuni, Bolivia: No Way This Is A Category 5 Hotel!

There was no bellman. There was no status check-in line. There was no WiFi. There was only one outlet with extension cords to charge devices for the entire hotel. Welcome to the salt hotel...

Salt Flats, Bolivia: An Epic, Extraordinary Adventure (Day 1)

The time had come to go on one of the top highlights of my South America & Africa trip. I booked my salt flats tour upon arrival in Uyuni and waited for the 10:30AM departure...

Booking Salt Flats Tour Upon Arrival: Good Or Bad Idea?

Disclaimer: I get paid if you get your visa through my link via VisaHQ!  I really was looking forward to seeing the salt flats in Uyuni, Bolivia. I had spent hundreds on obtaining a visa...

Boliviana de Aviación: An Aerial Shot of the Great Salt Flats

Initially, I was supposed to spend a few hours in La Paz on my way to Uyuni, home of the world's largest salt flats. Instead of taking the hell bus to Uyuni that takes...

A La Maison La Paz: Nice Hotel, If You Can Find It

Getting There: WikiTravel says it costs 70 boliviano from the airport. I didn't have to negotiate with the taxi to get this rate. With one night in La Paz before the Salt Flats in Uyuni,...

La Paz: Lively & Crazy, But What About Safety?

La Paz was never a city I wanted to visit. I never heard anything particularly good about it or particularly bad. When I chose to stay one night before going to Uyuni, home of...

Eat La Paz: Luciernagas

After golfing on the moon, it was time to eat. I read about a family owned Bolivian restaurant called Luciernagas. It is located on Ave lllimani 1683, La Paz, Bolivia. I arrived an hour...

Golfing on the Moon: Club de Golf, La Paz

When I read that La Paz had a golf course and it was the highest in the world, I was in. I also read that there's a par three that looks like you're on the moon. What more could I ask for?

Peruvian Airlines to La Paz: Beware of the Thin Air

I'm pulling out all the stops on this trip by taking airlines that I did not know existed. In order to get from Cusco to La Paz, I booked a ticket for $100 on...
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