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Pass the salt please.

Wed 15th-Fri 17th Dec Wednesday We woke early to pack bags and went to the same restaurant as the night before as the girls said they had a great buffet breakfast. Which they did. I filled up on scrambled eggs and cereal with yoghurt, pancakes and tea. Pete had left over pizza from dinner. We...

permalink written by  Pete+Rochelle on December 24, 2010 from Uyuni, Bolivia
from the travel blog: Round the world!!!



Mind your metal

Mon 13th- Tue 14h Dec We were up early on Monday to catch a bus to Uyuni, pronounced Uni. This particular bus had all the special features: no-toilet, no-air conditioning and no-leg room. The uncomfortable ride was made worse by the mass of dust that would come through any gap in the bus,...

permalink written by  Pete+Rochelle on December 21, 2010 from Uyuni, Bolivia
from the travel blog: Round the world!!!



Salty, muddy and wet! but beautiful

So after a lot of bus travelling without sleeping properly and bolivian old fat ladys telling us off and other fun stuff, we arrive in Uyuni, the town from where we will start our 3 day salt flat tour! Our group Consists of a dutch couple, 1 french guy and a swedish girl. Day 1 We set...

permalink written by  agnesola on October 3, 2007 from Uyuni, Bolivia
from the travel blog: Baby and Baby's around the world travel...



Salt plains, 4WD and brrrrr.........

Some of the frustrating things about travelling in South America, is the Bus or train timetables!! Particularly in Bolivia. For us, we wanted to get the train from La Paz to Uyuni to start a 4WD Salt plains tour. Unfortunately, the train only runs twice a week (the other option, is to do an...

permalink written by  chrishoorweg on October 2, 2007 from Uyuni, Bolivia
from the travel blog: and one last trip before we come home.........?



The ´paz rocks out

Hi! So we did the salt flat tours which were amazing. Lots of waiting at bus stations, and train stations. We stayed in the most basic accomodation, but it was fine, and a lot better than most bolivians live, so we really canĀ“t complain. PLayed soccer against some local kids, who in...

permalink written by  no_fosters_thanks on December 5, 2006 from Uyuni, Bolivia
from the travel blog: No Fosters Thanks



Bolivia, where reality and planning don't meet. Ever. At all

Ok, John and I are alive. But smelly. We're in Bolivia, and just did a 4 day tour, and haven't showered in so long! We are travelling with 4 other aussies, which is great, and we're having a great time. Trying to catch a train to Oruru tonight and a bus to La Paz in the morning, but it's...

permalink written by  no_fosters_thanks on December 2, 2006 from Uyuni, Bolivia
from the travel blog: No Fosters Thanks



Champagne Backpacker, whats wrong with looking good in the desert?

Sorry guys, ive been really slack with the blog updates. Hopefully i will have ample time to fully update my previous blogs tomorrow, so look forward to that! Love to you all xxx

permalink written by  Vegtibbles on July 6, 2006 from Uyuni, Bolivia
from the travel blog: The Crazy Adventures of the Tibbler



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