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Following the Trail of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid in Bolivia
Following the trail of Butch Cassidy and the sundance kid in Bolivia.
The Andes Trail Expedition: Biking to the End of the World
Kaitlyn Silva writes about the 6,875-mile Andes Trail Bike Expedition from Ecuador to Argentina organized by Bike Dreams of the Netherlands.
A Homestay with the Aymara on Lake Titicaca
Peru: Lake Titicaca.Eva Riccozzi describes a homestay with the Aymara people on Lake Titicaca.
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Freerange Travel on the Cheap
Crossing South America for $7 a day. Zander Venter and two friends explain freerange travel, an extremely cheap to see a country.
Bolivia: Anacondas, Piranhas and Crocs in the Pampas
Bolivia: Anacondas, Piranhas and Crocs in the Pampas, a trip into Bolivia's Pampas region
Following the Trail of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid in Bolivia
Following the trail of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid in Bolivia - butch cassidy and the sundance kid in toronto

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Magical Realism: The Land, Salt and Water of Southwestern Bolivia
A guide to Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia, a salt desert where the land, salt and water come together.
Titicaca the Great: Urcos, Yavari and Sillustani Too!
Lake Titicaca David Rich visits Lake Titicaca, the world's highest navigable lake, visits the archaeological site at Sillustani, and checks out the steamship Yavari, which was shipped from England an ...
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South America: stories from all countries in the continent.brazil, uruguay, paraguay, ecuador, colombia, bolivia, peru
Bolivia's Cerro Rico Mine: Entering the Inferno
Alexandra Alden journeys to Potosi, Bolivia and descends into the depths of the Cerro Rico Mine, where silver was first discovered in the sixteenth century.

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