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Unique bowler hats have been an intrinsic part of the indigenous Aymara and Quechua (‘Cholitas’) women’s attire in Bolivia, since the 1920s.Continue reading “Bolivia’s Bowler Hats”
My top 19 highlights – dip your toe in South America and discover an unbelievable adventure that will force you to stay longer!
Fancy a trip to arid but gorgeous Isla del Sol home to Inca ruins, whilst in Bolivia? All you need to know about exploring the island on a day tour, from Copacabana… Continue reading “Exploring Isla Del Sol – Day Tour from Copacabana, Bolivia”
Overland borders in South America can be stressful, although hoping for a smooth crossing from Bolivia’s Copacabana to Peru’s Puno today…
Lake Titicaca’s cold deep, crystal-clear Andean waters, gently ripple the shores of Copacabana. And, at a height of just over 3,800 metres and bordering Peru, Bolivia’s Copacabana is a great town for chilling. Continue reading “Chilling in Bolivia’s Copacabana, Lake Titicaca”
Ever wanted to visit the highest metropolis in the world? Here’s why you should visit Bolivia’s chaotic La Paz…
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Ever wanted to hunt for the elusive pink freshwater dolphin or the infamous beast-swallowing Anaconda snake, in Bolivia’s Pampas? Continue reading “Bolivia’s Pampas: Pink Dolphins and Anacondas”
What better way to explore Bolivia’s remote Madidi National Park in the Amazon jungle, than trekking with indigenous locals?
Bolivian transport in any form is challenging. Taking the flight from Sucre to Santa Cruz de La Sierra, then another to Trinidad, for the crazy onward bus to Rurrenabaque, is an experience that you’ll never forget… Continue reading “Bolivian Transport: Sucre, Santa Cruz, Trinidad, Rurrenabaque”
Bolivia’s beautiful ancient capital Sucre, is also known as the “white city” for its stunning white-washed architecture.