#day227 – travelling as Tereza

Buying a bus ticket is always fun. Every time a real experience. If you are thinking we have a lot bus companies in Europe you have to come to Southamerica. There’s almost no railway system, means the main transportation vehicle is the bus. Hence they’ve dozens of bus companies. Pah, millions! And every single company […]

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#day226 – Ritter Sport 50% off

Damn, there are days when everything is going wrong. Today is such a day. First we wanted to get a night bus back to La Paz. Not possible right now. Hence we have to take a day bus and change the bus somewhere additionally. A bit beach would have been a worthfully replacement. No sun […]

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#day223 – Iquique beach time

Apart from Paraguay, Bolivia is the only country in Southamerica without a coast. The problem was that after our freezing cold Uyuni tour there we wished nothing more than a beach. A little relaxing break. A travel time out. We made the plan to head to Arica. A half nice beach town in the highest […]

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#day192 – windy route to Salta

Even though my time in Chile was a bit short, I really enjoyed my stay. The Atacama desert in the end was the highlight. But now it’s time to go back to Argentina on my way up north to Bolivia. I heard a lot of good things about the mountain landscape around Salta and I […]

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#day191 – freezing in front of a geyser

Who wants to see some bubbling geysers has to get up at 4am in the morning. But they’re not only geysers. El Tatio is with over 80 active geysers the largest geyser field in the southern hemisphere and the third largest in the world. It’s worth it to have a little lack of sleep. The […]

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#day190 – floating in a salty lagoon

I was a bit unsure, if it’s alright to call my today’s first time a first time. I floated in a salt lake already. In the dead sea in Jordan. And the experience was kind of similar to be honest. But well, the surrounding today was quite different though and sure I’m on the other side […]

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#day188 – Venezuelan dinner party

Once again I have to admit I’m a big city girl. Many travellers advised me to skip Santiago de Chile. It’s only a big city. There’s not much to see. Typical backpacker phrases. I went nevertheless and regret it not at all. In the end I stayed even longer as I expected. Sure, one thing that […]

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#day187 – museo de la memoria

I told you, museums aren’t my favorite freetime activity, but after several recommendations for the Museum of Memories and Human Rights in Santiago, I thought I should check it out. As are all public museums in Chile, the entrance is for free anyways. Because they offered German audio guides, I was so generous today and even treated myself with one. Most […]

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