Category Archives: Bolivia

Welcome to the Jungle!

After our time in the Pampas, we spent a few days in Rurre before heading out in to the “real” jungle. Rurre is just about as touristy as a town can get, but unlike in other countries (ahem, Peru), the … Continue reading

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The Pampas- We couldn’t leave South America without at least one Drunken Guide Experience.

**We would like to apologize for the delay in Blogs, E-mails, Tweets and whatever else requires the internet.  The internet has been slow (at best) in Bolivia and finding a reliable signal outside of a major city is a chore.** We … Continue reading

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A Very Quime Christmas

For Christmas, we decided to escape the hustle and bustle of the big city and head to a small and quiet country town called Quime.  The town is located about 6 hours by bus away from La Paz, as it … Continue reading

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La Paz: Ten reasons why we loved it (and why you might too)

Over the last few weeks in Bolivia, we ended up racking up quite a bit of time in La Paz. We weren’t really expecting much from this city, as travelers didn’t always have nice things to say. Most of our visits … Continue reading

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Welcome to Bolivia: A “Failed Hippie Town” and Lake Titicaca

We rolled into Copacabana after a wet border crossing from Puno, Peru. The entry process was the easiest one yet, we just had to fill out some paperwork, pay some money (Americans have to pay $135 for a 5 year … Continue reading

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