How Bolivians do their Lake Titicaca sunsets 😮 (photos taken about 15 minutes apart). We’ve loved Bolivia thus far and can’t wait to explore the salt flats later this week. . . . . #laketiticaca#copacabana
Hola’ from Isla Suasi!! This island is powered by solar and overlooks Lake Titicaca, the worlds largest & highest navigable body of water believed to be the birthplace of the Incas. Unfortunately the altitude has got me, 48hrs so far but am on the mend. The people are so lovely, friendly, kind and caring and check out their vibrant colourful clothes! Brightens your day no matter how sick you’re feeling. We’ll be starting the trek onto Machu Picchu in a couple of days, and we’re all feeling a little bit nervous about that. But we’ll rise to the challenge, ...
Uros : indigenous people who lives on floating islands around Lake Titicaca in Southern Peru and Bolivia. Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world and one of the largest lake in South America. A day of boat trip visiting Lake Titicaca, Uros families on their floating island and had traditional lunch of grilled trout on one of the island is so amazing! The video showed how they built the floating islands. . . . . #uros#indigenouscommunity
Blog #51 : Bolivia’s equivalent to WWF..but women in transitional costumes, mountain biking down one of the worlds most dangerous roads, road blocks and striking talk drivers, the amazing salt flats and tensions at the Chilean border . #chile