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Lake Titicaca

Sunday, 6 Jul 2008 | Views [619]

Our next and last stop in Bolivia was the highest navigatable lake in the world. Lake Titicaca. Located between the borders of Bolivia and Peru it´s over 3800 meters high. It´s also huge... and cold. Our town on the banks of this very picturesque lake ... Read more >

Gallery: Lago Titicaca & Isla del Sol

Sunday, 6 Jul 2008 | Photo Gallery

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Gallery: La Paz

Sunday, 29 Jun 2008 | Photo Gallery

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Edmund & Tensing

Sunday, 29 Jun 2008 | Views [649]

Ben wanted to climb a mountain. Said it was 6088m. I said okay. Off we went to climb Huayana Potosi.  A stunning snow capped mountain just to the east of La Paz.  So picture going up a really big set of stairs.... now reduce the oxygen by ... Read more >

La Paz

Sunday, 29 Jun 2008 | Views [616]

La Paz is just one of those cities.  You know, it kinda sucks you in and continues to throw weird and wonderful things at you, shows a million different faces and keeps you on your toes... all the while starving you of oxygen. Neat! Our flight in ... Read more >

Gallery: Huayana Potosi

Sunday, 29 Jun 2008 | Photo Gallery

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Muerte Carretera

Tuesday, 24 Jun 2008 | Views [768] | Comments [2]

After climbing volcanos, crossing the Drakes passage and working with big cats, we decided to do something risky.  Bring on the "Worlds most Dangerous Road"!  Cue dramatic music.... Its a stretch of road that goes from La Paz to Coroico.  ... Read more >

Gallery: Muerte Carretera

Tuesday, 24 Jun 2008 | Photo Gallery

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Rainy Rurre

Friday, 20 Jun 2008 | Views [679]

Rurrenabaque is this gorgeous jungle town nestled in some jungle covered foothills near the Madidi National Park and alongside the mighty Beni river. Its one of those places that has a very WET wet season, which can leave travellers kinda stuck in town ... Read more >

Gallery: Trinindad and Rurrenbaque

Friday, 20 Jun 2008 | Photo Gallery

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Friday, 20 Jun 2008 | Views [2386]

...and no, that isn´t referring to our rather laid-back chill out style of travel at the moment. Our first post-parque stop was Trinidad (the Bolivian city, not the carribean Trinidad & Tobago) where we decided to make the most of a hot shower, ... Read more >

Parque Ambue Ari - One Month in the Jungle

Monday, 9 Jun 2008 | Views [4078] | Comments [3]

FIRST: It is really REALLY hard to do the past month of our travels any real justice! Mostly I think I`ve just succeeded in sounding like a bit of a schmuck! The photos will do a MUCH better job I`m sure... and we`ve finally got them uploaded!! YAY!! ... Read more >

Gallery: Parque Ambue Ari

Monday, 9 Jun 2008 | Photo Gallery

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Bolivian Bureacracy

Friday, 9 May 2008 | Views [657] | Comments [3]

Ah yes... we finally had our own first hand experience of the stuff.  And did I lose my rag?  Well yes of COURSE I did! So it goes like this... we`re planning on heading into the jungle to do some volunteer work at an animal refuge for a month ... Read more >

Gallery: Relaxing in Bolivia

Monday, 5 May 2008 | Photo Gallery

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Relaxing in Bolivia

Monday, 5 May 2008 | Views [848]

After making our way through the south of Bolivia and about to embark on our volunteer mission, we´ve paused and thought just what have we done in the last couple of weeks. A whole lot of relaxing is the answer. After our hiking and rafting and this ... Read more >

Whatcha think?

Tuesday, 29 Apr 2008 | Views [506] | Comments [1]

Hey - we`ve come down out of the mountains and into the jungle (more of that later) and are now in Santa Cruz, Bolivia. But all scenic stuff aside I need some political opinions.  You see Santa Cruz are about to have a referendum (May 4th) to ... Read more >

Gallery: High and Dry

Tuesday, 22 Apr 2008 | Photo Gallery

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High and Dry

Tuesday, 22 Apr 2008 | Views [640]

South America is a land of extremes. When you think of the place you think of lush wild rain forests. Well, it is also home to the driest place on Earth, the Atacama desert. Located between Chile and southern Bolivia it is a wild ride. A wild three day ... Read more >



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