A few days after leaving and a little relaxation later, we can properly reflect on our 3 months on the continent. We figured an easy, informative and hopefully entertaining way to do that is via some awards! So, here's our own limited rankings of our experiences... Best overall experience Inca Trail. A hard, wet, hot … Continue reading South America Awards
Bolivia's de-facto capital is a crazy, colourful place. It's noisy, sweaty, dirty, and the altitude (second highest major town in the world!) makes it all that more frenetic. Beyond the pricey Death Road, it's not especially well known for tourist attractions. A large proportion of the population live in poverty, for example, 60% of Bolivians … Continue reading 3 great things to do on a budget in La Paz
When we put together our South America itinerary, this was one of those anchor experiences that influenced the whole thing. We weren't missing it - regardless of what ridiculous buses we had to get to god knows what towns. At points it was hard going. It was exhausting, alternately baking then freezing, and occasionally pretty … Continue reading Dry Days. Crossing the Uyuni Salt Flats from Chile to Bolivia.