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Not my favourite place in the world, but I enjoyed parts of it. The food is appalling, that’s my main memory. I also remember it being extraordinarily cold for a lot of the time. We both got ill at different times and some of the bus journeys were agony. But we had a lovely time in Sucre with two friends we met in Cafayate and Uyuni (despite the cold) was one of the most spectacular places I have ever been to.

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Bus Lies – The Exhausting Truth

Finally, the agony of South American buses gets to me and I pour forth with anger after another crippling journey from La Paz to Cusco via the lovely Copacabana on Lake Titicaca.

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Bol-Ill-Via

The Bolivian food finally gets to us all as first Annika and then I get ill.

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Cold Hotels, Salt And Deja Vu

A visit to the amazing salt flats at Uyuni is followed by another agonising bus journey to the highest city in the world - Potosi - where we bump into some old friends.

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The Uyuni Calama-ty

After experiencing San Pedro de Atacama's only day of rain for more than a year, we set out on an epic journey to Uyuni in Bolivia.

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