The short answer to both questions is no. Before I start I will say this is a huge topic which I am sure I will be coming back to in later posts.Continue Reading
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The stark contrast between Bolivia and Chile was immediately evident upon crossing the border. We passed through Bolivia’s immigration post- a small hut in the middle of the desert, where we were once again asked for an illegal $20 departure tax (which this time we did not pay due to Zaida’s assistance and insistence) and were met ‘on the other side’ by a minibus to take us to San Pedro de Atacama.
Friday morning we departed Uyuni for three days in the salt flats of Bolivia before crossing into Chile. The two groups and all of our gear was crammed into, and on to, four Toyota Land Cruisers – judging by the number of them that we saw this is obviously the preferred vehicle in the salt flats.
Today, I’m going to tell about my freaking trip to Central America’s. We said farewell to the last of the beaches for a while and boarded the ferry back to Belize City.
Life in bright colors is exactly about Latin America. And we are talking not only about the flowering flora of the local nature, but also about the variegated shades of urban spaces that modern artists and graffitters turn into works of art in the open air.
Because of the unconstrained idea of movement blogging and squeeze trips I infrequently have strong plans for my future travel. In any case, the one thing that I am getting ready for now is a voyage!
How about tickling your nerves during the holidays? Go down into the dungeons, where the horror picks up to the bones, and blows the sepulchral cold.