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A Two-day Hike to the Maragua Crater, Bolivia

Wherever you are in Bolivia, you’re never far from incredible natural wonders and awe-inspiring landscapes.  And just 46 kilometres from the country’s charming capital city is one of Bolivia’s most visually striking natural formations – the Ombligo de Chuquisaca (Chuquisaca’s Belly Button).  Otherwise known as Maragua Crater. After months of travelling I’d decided to plant […]

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Sucre, Bolivia: The Sights You Shouldn’t Miss – Gallop Around The Globe

Sucre is hands down one of the most delightful capital cities I’ve ever visited – primarily because it doesn’t feel like a capital city. It’s relatively small (with a population of just over 300,000), clean, safe, and incredibly easy to navigate.  It also happens to have one of the most beautiful, best-preserved historical centres I’ve ever […]

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Cusco: The City Beyond Machu Picchu

Ok, lets be honest here.  Most people (myself included) come to Cusco in order to hike the Inca Trail (or one of the alternative routes) to Machu Picchu, and many spend just one or two nights here either side of the trek.   Sometimes that’s all our busy travel schedules will allow, especially if we […]

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My V Dub Bug Obsession: Beetles of Bolivia

This is the second in the series of my Volkswagen Beetle photo essays.  The first introduced you to the origins of this quirky little vehicle, charted its development over the years, and then took you on a journey through the Peruvian cities of Cajamarca, Chiclayo, Trujillo, Huaraz, Tarma, Huancayo, and Ayacucho. In this one, we […]

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