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Discussion in 'Latin America' started by BvilleBud, Aug 14, 2018.
Beautiful images—keep ‘me coming. Was that in the Beni Province?
So far I have been to La Paz and Santa Cruz Departments The pics are from San Javier and San Ignacio in the Santa Cruz Department. More motorcycles here than I imagined (many more) they are everywhere. A motorcycle taxi ride is from 2-3 pesos.
Where do you plan to go next? There's so much amazing country to cover in Bolivia. I highly recommend the alitplano if you can hack it. You could pick up the Che Guevara route from La Higuera (west of Santa Cruz) and make your way to Sucre. Sucre is a great city and that route is fun.
This awaits you in the south.
Awesome. I will be in La Paz and finish up there next week. Will ride the N. Yungas and then to Lake Titicaca and Tiawanacu. Spending time with my Girl’s family the rest of the time. Already making plans for next year
Cool, that road is fun but the hype is more than the experience imo. Copacabana is a great town, try to get out to Isla del Sol if you can. Beautiful place.
If you get the chance, the road from Potosi down to Salar de Uyuni is one of the best motorcycle roads i have ridden.
I understand about the hype, but I have to ride it while I am here. My girl's mom was born in Potasi; we plan on taking her there and to Salar de Uyuní next year.
Sounds like you have a great excuse to come back, again and again, to enjoy more of what Bolivia has to offer. Fantastic!
This is my first trip, I want to come back every year. The beautiful countryside, the friendly people, the awesome food!
You're lucky, Bolivia is a great country, probably my favorite in SA. So much diversity of climate and culture. Lots of adventure.
The "Death Road" is overrated and an easy ride but I think it's still worth seeing and riding.
I agree, I only throw that out there for folks in a time crunch who need to prioritize, there's much more worth seeing if time is not in abundance.
We left San Ignacio last night. Cool place! It rained hard and the mosquitoes awakened after the storm. I will remember to keep the mosquito spray where you can grab it quick.
Me at a cave just past the dam for the reservoir.
From a couple of days ago.
6:00 AM and wake to the sounds of roosters crowing, dogs barking, little green parrots in the trees and donkeys braying. A little later I looked outside and watched a young kid (8?) ride up on his little donkey, tie him to a post and hop on a school bus.
The last of Chiquitania.
Now in La Paz.
I see that I have to return to Bolivia to explore that region.
Hola Parcero, I thought you were back in Bolivia, but I guess not. Best regards from Arkansas!