As I write this post we are currently 3 days out of our flight home. As you read this, we fly out TONIGHT. We are homeward bound. No, we are not going to stop traveling. Yes, we still have a LOT of content from our last days in Argentina. I thought I would write something… Continue reading Homeward Bound
As we approached Salta, Argentina, the more nervous we got. We were in our last country. It is over. Sure we are going to try and enjoy the last of it... but it is over. And while we had been looking forward to visiting our friend Leigh (thefutureisred.com and Cloudhead.org) since our last foray at… Continue reading Reflections of Salta
One of my favorite things to photograph - hands down - has to be anything industrial, decaying, peeling, and full of all that agey texture that only time can make into the perfect patina. So I found myself in a steampunk heaven during the first 30 minutes of our Uyuni Salt Flats tour at the… Continue reading Photo Friday: HDR – Train Cemetery in Uyuni, Bolivia
And we're a bit busy having fun enjoying every last moment here in Buenos Aires as our flight home date approaches. Sorry - no post today! But to make up for it, here is Oolong the Rabbit with cookies on his head.
...not really but if you look at the pictures below, you can understand why. Seriously though, do you know how creepy it is to be horseback riding through saguaros and red mountains (like those found near Phoenix vacation rentals) and convincing yourself you aren't in Arizona? As we walked onto the dusty ranch, and I… Continue reading Tupiza, Bolivia Made Me Shout YEEHAW!
Welcome to another wonderful PHOTO ESSAY WEEK! While I'm sure we have a million stories, nothing can really describe the amazingness of the last few weeks we experienced in Bolivia. Today we bring you the "off the beaten track but not really since there is a tour bus going out there" Tarabuco Market (Sundays only)… Continue reading Photo Essay: Tarabuco Market – Markets in South America
Welcome to another wonderful PHOTO ESSAY WEEK! While I'm sure we have a million stories, nothing can really describe the amazingness of the last few weeks we experienced in Bolivia. We chose to participate in the 1 day tour of the Uyuni Salt Flats after realizing we were short on both money and time. There… Continue reading Photo Essay: Uyuni Salt Flats
Welcome to another wonderful PHOTO ESSAY WEEK! While I'm sure we have a million stories, nothing can really describe the amazingness of the last few weeks we experienced in Bolivia. Let's just say we were happy to spend a week in Sucre Bolivia after our La Paz experiences. Not only is the place super chill… Continue reading Photo Essay: Sucre Bolivia
When I was in the 4th grade, Jurassic Park came out and rocked our world. I was one of the millions of kids who heartily exclaimed, "I want to be a paleontologist!" with a little too much glee. Hey, I think Shaun was doing that too. I'm not the only one. Regardless, I find myself… Continue reading Geek Alert: Dinosaur Museum in Sucre, Bolivia
Easily one of my favorite adventures, the World's Most Dangerous Road (or Death Road) in La Paz rocked our face off! What we didn't realize was that we started in the snowy peaks of the surrounding mountains and end in the warm and rainy rainforests 30-40 miles away. This experience single-handedly got me addicted to… Continue reading Episode 20 – Death Road in Bolivia
Besides Machu Picchu, the Amazon has held my heart and my imagination for I can't even tell you how long. Since I was a kid I would dream about the mysteries and unknowns that can be found in this mystical, undiscovered place. You really don't know what to expect. So little can be found in… Continue reading Into the Unknown: The Bolivian Amazon
"ORURO! ORURO! ORUROOOOOOOOOO!" the ticket sellers proclaimed. Saturday was the peak day for Carnaval and the bus station in La Paz was packed to the brim with people ready to get on with their Carnaval festivities. Excitement was in the air. Everyone was ready to head out. We nervously awaited our bus ride out to… Continue reading Carnaval in Oruro, Bolivia on a Budget
Being in La Paz during Carnaval time was a bit overwhelming. The markets are packed to the brim with people trying to buy clown masks, foam, tiaras, and whatever costume they were planning on donning to the festivities. Unfortunately for us, the main market was on the same street as the tour company that we… Continue reading Pickpocketed in La Paz Bolivia
Just a few bits to get a good idea of the very cute and quaint town Copacabana Bolivia on the Bolivian side of Lake Titicaca. To get to Isla del Sol, many people tend to camp out here before taking the ferry over. 🙂 Quick tip: It gets very cold on Copacabana and Isla del… Continue reading Photo Friday: Copacabana Bolivia
This definitely isn't one of those posts that will tell you how La Paz changed my life, or how you must visit it, or how it was the bane of my existence. This is just one of those posts that gives you a few pointers on what to do if you happen to find yourself… Continue reading La Paz, Bolivia in a Nutshell