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World’s Most Unearthly Landscapes

Eerie, dramatic and enigmatic: certain landscapes on Earth can be so unworldly, they’re reminscent of scenes from outer space. Many of these hotspots have been sculpted by the hands of Mother Nature, moulded into intriguing destinations that have captivated the imagination of modern-day travelers. While space travel still seems to …

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Daily Travel Snapshot: Tupiza, Bolivia

A street vendor sells oranges in the market of Tupiza, Bolivia. Click to see more photos of Bolivia.

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Daily Travel Snapshot: La Paz, Bolivia

A display of colors along the streets of La Paz, Bolivia.

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Traveling In South America: A Quick Guide

SouthAmerica Route

// Almost four months have passed since we started traversing the roads of South America, starting from Buenos Aires, Argentina all the way to Quito, Ecuador. In that short period of time, we went whitewater rafting, came face-to-face with modern day dinosaurs, raced up Macchu Picchu and almost froze to death in the Uyuni Salt […]

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Barrios de Verdad – La Paz, Bolivia

View of the entire city of La Paz

// Entering the capital city of Bolivia through its highways, one is treated to an awe-striking view of millions of dwellings built atop the steep slopes surrounding La Paz. Most of the buildings are literally half-built, simply held together by bricks and cement (we were told that this was the way they cut cost) – […]

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Photoblog: Lagoons, Sierras and Salt Flats of Uyuni, Bolivia

Sierra de Silla

// The Southern part of Bolivia lies the vast area of Reserva Natural Andina (Andean Nature Reserve) that is blessed with incredible landscape, larger-than-life mountain range, volcanoes and lagoons. Llamas and alpacas roam freely in the wild and cactus fill the endless deserts. The stunning Salar (salt flats) of Uyuni that stretches across 13,000km2 of […]

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