As the truck was a bit fragile after we took a longer, less mountainous route to the Argentinian border. 14 hours of driving in total then the oddest border crossing yet. We rocked up at 10:10pm to find that the 24 hour border actually closed at 10pm. Bolivia were typically relaxed about it and would […]

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The entrance point to the famous salt flats is the small town of Uyurni, that feels pretty much like a ghost town peppered with a few pizza restaurants and hotels. We spent a day in jeeps driving across the flats – the highest in the world. The huge white expanse was once a sea that […]

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One We were 3 hours out of La Paz, en route to visit a remote community and on the main road to the middle of nowhere. Reaching a queue of vehicles, we ground to a halt. Up ahead were flashing lights and a blockade. We jumped out the truck to investigate the hold up. Police […]

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We had a few days downtime in La Paz between finishing one tour and starting another. Perfect! It’s a luxury to be in one place so we planned to make the most of it with late nights, lie-ins, reading, eating, and just generally doing not a lot. However. Within an hour of arriving we were […]

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