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Nightmarish Night Bus from Bolivia to Cusco, Peru

Greetings, I’ve done a lot of hard miles on this trip and one of my least favorite things has to be the dreaded night bus….

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Copacabana, Bolivia is Beyond Chilled Out

Hola, I’m writing this in a somewhat comatose state because Copacabana, Bolivia is that chilled out. There isn’t much to do here really and most…

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Bus from La Paz to Copacabana, Bolivia

Greetings, Today we’re going to discuss the bus trip from La Paz to Copacabana, Bolivia. I wasn’t even going to write about this trip because…

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Loving and Leaving La Paz, Bolivia

Hola, Today we’re going to discuss my recent time in La Paz, Bolivia. It was one of those cities that I instantly started to love…

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World’s Highest Golf Course aka La Paz Golf Club, Bolivia

Greetings, I’m writing this not long after playing the world’s highest golf course aka La Paz Golf Club in La Paz, Bolivia. What’s crazy is…

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The Quest to Puma Punku & Tiwanaku, Bolivia

Greetings, I’m writing this on a grey old day after slowly but surely making my way through an Irish Breakfast. I’m waiting for the sun…

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Night Bus from Potosi to La Paz, Bolivia

Good day, I’m writing this at 7:19am in the morning in La Paz, Bolivia which has the title of being the highest capital city in…

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Getting a Bolivian SIM Card With 500MB of Data for ~$4

Greetings, Update: Turns out all these packages are only good until 6am next day, blame my broken Spanish. Just load up with 30-50bs and order…

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Trip to the Casa de la Moneda in Potosi, Bolivia

Good day, I had the pleasure of visiting the “House of Money” today in Potosi, Bolivia. The real name is the “Museo Casa de la…

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Getting Dental Work Done for $8.68 in Potosi, Bolivia

Greetings, The last week or so of travel has been rather intense; I was moving at a pace I had not seen since 2009 and…

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