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Sol de Mañana, Bolivia

Sol de Mañana

At 4,850 metres, the geothermal mud pools of Sol de Mañana need a good 4x4 to get to. We arrived just before sunset and wandered around, careful not to miss-step…

La Paz

La Paz

To put it simply, our time in La Paz was far too short — we could have easily spent two or three days here, but instead we had a mere…

Valle de la Luna

Valle de la Luna

Moon Valley was given its name by Neil Armstrong for looking like the surface of the moon — if anyone should know it is Mr A. himself, although it is…

Isla del Sol

Isla del Sol

Isla del Sol is an island of peace and tranquillity in the Bolivian south of Lake Titicaca. We arrived by boat from Copacabana to the ancient Incan 'temple of the…

The Uros Islands

The Uros Islands

When I was a child I read about islands that were made of reeds and floated on a lake somewhere in the depths of South America. The name of the…

Sillustani

Sillustani

Forty minutes from Puno and Lake Titicaca, perched on a hill overlooking Lake Umayo, sits the pre-Incan cemetery of Sillustani. With its chimney like structures you could be forgiven for…

Cusco

Cusco

Our plan for Cusco was to kick back in a nice hotel, relax, and take it easy, while letting our bodies gently adjust to 3,400 metres of altitude, before we…

Agricultural Terraces of Moray

The Terraces of Moray

On the way into the sacred valley we stopped off at the Maras salt mine, and on the way back we stopped off at Moray. Like Maras, the ruins at…

Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu

Having travelled half way around the world, by train, plane and automobile, I was worried that Machu Picchu wouldn't live up to the hype and would be overcrowded & underwhelming…

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