Uncategorized Copacabana to Puno

Copacabana to Puno

We’re finally leaving Bolivia. It’s been one awesome trip through such a diverse landscape. We had no chance of a late check out as Hotel Las Olas is so popular they won’t even hold a room. Out check out was at 11 am so we milked every minute as we just fell in love with the …

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Bolivia La Paz to Copacabana

La Paz to Copacabana

It’s Sunday and tomorrow we’ll be leaving La Paz bound for the highest lake in the world, Lake Titicaca and the town of Copacabana. We’ve got one afternoon spare so we take in the city sights by riding the cable car around the city. Returning to Rendezvous Hotel we discover that the restaurant and reception …

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Bolivia Escape from the rains -our flight from Rurrenabaque to La Paz

Escape from the rains -our flight from Rurrenabaque to La Paz

  Rurrenabaque to La Paz, our escape from the rains After so much rain on our rafting adventure yesterday we’ve decided end to give up on our Pampas Jungle tour. We hardly saw any animals rafting and I’m convinced any animal will be looking for shelter and not heading down to the waters edge to …

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Bolivia Amazon river journey – Guanay to Rurrenabaque 5 days – 6 nights on a raft.

Amazon river journey – Guanay to Rurrenabaque 5 days – 6 nights on a raft.

I’ve just completed death Road, the worlds most dangerous road and I’m now waiting for the bus that will take me to Guanay where we’ll be catching a raft for our next adventure, 5 nights and 6 days on the Kaka and Beni Rivers that flow downstream to Rurrenabaque, a remote town on the very …

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Bolivia Death Rd – Bolivia

Death Rd – Bolivia

  Mountain Biking The Worlds Most Dangerous Road – Death Rd Bolivia After a sleepless night and a close call last night with a stolen bag we’re a little shaky this morning. We needed to get a few supplies for our rafting adventure that starts tomorrow but all was lost as we entered a restaurant …

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South America South America 2015 – The Travel Plan

South America 2015 – The Travel Plan

It’s now only November 2014 and with a nod from Elena’s bosses that she can take her long service next year the planning of a 3 1/2 month journey to South America starts to evolve. Our plan is to take form late September until early January and travel through Chile, Argentina, Bolivia, Peru, Colombia, Panama, …

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