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More Galapagos
2014-09-09 23:50
It was good to spend an extra week here and get more of a feeling about the islands and the islanders. I went with a friend from the boat trip to one of the populated islands - Isabela - for… Read More
Cuzco & Conquest
2014-09-09 22:32
Bidding the islands a groggy farewell, I flew to Lima for a couple of quiet nights. Most travellers give Lima a bad rap but it seemed okay to me. It's a huge city and it's not easy to get ar… Read More
2014-09-09 21:56
Aside from the name, which I can't help but laugh at childishly, Puno's a good place to break up the trip to Bolivia. Sitting on the Peruvian shore of Lake Titicaca - the world's highest nav… Read More
Copacabana & La Paz
2014-09-09 21:45
With the national strike over and the border open for business again, it was an easy 4 hours around the lake to get to Copacabana. I seem to have a habit of turning up at places when there's… Read More
2014-09-09 21:42
The pampas and jungle tours are based from Rurrenabaque (or "Rurre" as it's known), an hour north of La Paz by plane, or 20 hours on a bus. I'd spoken to someone who went by bus, sharing the… Read More
Wrestling & Death Road
2014-09-09 21:22
Back in La Paz, I only had 2 things to cover, but because that place is made for partying, it took another week to do them and another week of partying before I made my escape. The first of… Read More
Salta, Buenos Aires & Final Thoughts
2014-09-09 21:12
It was a relief to get out of La Paz. It was fun there for sure but a little crazy too. I'd hoped to see the legendary Uyuni salt flats on my way south but, Bolivia being Bolivia, some tra… Read More
Bogota - Medellin - Cali - Bogota
2010-04-03 00:37
After a relaxed couple of days in San Gil, it was time to head for the capital to meet up with friends and have a big party in the big city. Bogota is massive, with over 7m people. Like othe… Read More

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