Let me start with the best picture of the Uyuni trip. This was taken seconds before sunset on Day 1 on the Salt Flats. The sun goes so low and the hexagonal salt rings reflect the sun's yellow light so beautifully. One of the only few places on earth where you can see the horizon so clearly on land.
Travelling is a passion, a dream for many. We have met so many people who defy all circumstances and make travelling a reality. So even though you have been a part of the rat race, once passion really hits, travel becomes a reality. Recently in Bolivia we met a French-Vietnamese couple – Vinh Bua and Quynh Nhu – from Paris who are on a world trip. They are travelling along with their two kids, Juliette (10) and Antoine (12). We felt so fortunate to have met them.
In one of our previous post ‘How to conquer The Death Road, Like We did‘ we detailed on our Death Road trip. Now here is the video of the same adventure.
Here is the video I made of 1 day living and studying in Sucre, Bolivia.
We studied in Sucre Spanish School which we highly recommend and stayed in ‘7 Patas’ Hostel where we got to meet some amazing people.
We are in this beautiful white city of Sucre in Bolivia. This is one of the most famous places to learn Spanish in South America. We came here with a plan to stay no more than few days but ended up staying for about a month.
Have you heard of the Death Road in Bolivia?
What and where is Death Road?
Death Road, also known as the most dangerous road in the world, is in Bolivia an hour north east from the capital city La Paz. Officially known as Yungas Road, this road is unpaved, about 65km long and descends 15,000 feet from Andes to the Amazon Forest.