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Gallery: Sajama

Monday, 9 Nov 2009 | Photo Gallery

Climbing Volcano Sajama
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Climbing Volcano Sajama

Monday, 9 Nov 2009 | Views [1242] | Comments [3]

After a quite chaotic organization I leave La Paz on Wednesday together with the two guides Nolberto and clown Carlos, the cocinero Marcial and the two other mountain fans James and Didier. We spend four really good days in the mountains, having good ... Read more >

Tags: climbing, mountains, sajama

Crazy La Paz

Wednesday, 4 Nov 2009 | Views [668]

I'm impressed how they built this City into the hills and valleys. Looks spectacular! I'm going to leave this place for four days to climb the volcano Sajama (6542m). Hasta luego!

Save in Oruro

Tuesday, 3 Nov 2009 | Views [719] | Comments [1]

Short conclusion of the last hour: computers are all over the same... this one has just crashed and uuuuuuuuuuuuups away is my story. Sorry, you have to wait another couple of days. I have arrived (again healthy and fine ;-)) in Oruro some hours ago ... Read more >

Salty Days

Tuesday, 3 Nov 2009 | Views [684]

After a good breakfast I leave San Juan and head towards the Salar. After about an hour I meet two bikers eating peanuts. Another two crazy nomads who want to go through more sand and against more wind ;-). The Argentinan Damien is cycling from Alaska ... Read more >

Gallery: Road to Oruro

Tuesday, 3 Nov 2009 | Photo Gallery

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Gallery: La Ruta de las Lagunas

Tuesday, 3 Nov 2009 | Photo Gallery

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El Camino Perdido

Thursday, 29 Oct 2009 | Views [616] | Comments [2]

After eigth days and many passes, cold nights, very sandy kilometers, windy and sunny hours, a party in the desert with a crazy Dutch couple on the tandem, some Pringels, cookies and chocholate bars later I have safely and healthy arrived in San Juan.... Read more >



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