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La Recoleta, Sucre.

Photos from Sucre, Part 2

I spent two days in Sucre, Bolivia in September, 2016.  Sucre is known as the “White City’ as many of its buildings are …

Iglesia San Felipe Neri, Sucre.

Photos from Sucre

I spent two days in Sucre, Bolivia in September, 2016.  Sucre is known as the “White City’ as many of its buildings are …

Calle Jaen, La Paz, Bolivia.

Early Morning in La Paz

La Paz, Bolivia is a really busy, frenetic place.  The streets are full of people, buses, cars, and it’s rarely quiet — …

La Paz, Bolivia.

Photos from La Paz

I visited Bolivia in September of 2016.  After touring other parts of the country (Sucre, Potosi, Uyuni), I spent my last few …

Street view with Cerro Rico, Potosi

More Photos From Potosi

Here’s one last group of photos from Potosi, Bolivia.  As you might guess by the volume of pictures, I really liked Potosi. …

Nissan Civilian bus, Potosi

Potosi’s Nissan Buses

When visiting Bolivia in September 2016, I spent a couple of days in Potosi, one of Bolivia’s oldest and most historic cities. …

View of Potosi from the roof of Iglesia San Francisco

Views of Potosi From Above

Many of the churches in Potosi, Bolivia, allowed access — guided or alone — to their bell towers and/or roofs, where you could find stunning …

Dodge Bus, La Paz.

Ten Bus Photos From La Paz

When visiting Bolivia this past September, one of my favorite things about La Paz were the brightly colored old Dodge and Ford buses …

Uyuni Train Cemetery, Bolivia

The Uyuni Train Cemetery

In September, 2016, I visited the town of Uyuni, Bolivia, to take a tour on the nearby salt flats.  Part of that …

The Salar de Uyuni

The Salar de Uyuni is the world’s largest salt flat — over 4,000 square miles (10,000 square kilometers).  It’s located in the …