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Bolivia Part 1 - First steps in this great country and getting ready for the Salar de Uyuni
First steps or first swimming moves ;-) At Lago Titicaca even big buses raft over the lake for sometimes there's no bridge closeby. We could hardly believe it when those huge vehicles floated around next to us on these wooden 'ships'. This time we give you a glimpse into overlander's daily life. Every week or so we need to fill up our water tank. Sometimes you simply get it at gas stations, sometimes you have to be a bit more creative. E.g. once in Nicaragua we were so desperate after a day of unsuccessful search for water when a truck overtook us. It had loaded barrels of fresh water so we simply followed it through many small villages until it finally stopped in front of a distributor. They were really surprised when they heard the whole story but laughed and filled up our tank.
This time we had spotted a tap in the middle of a village square. We asked some locals if they thought anyone would mind and they didn't. Our tank is huge and with the filter (the blue thing in the pic) and low water pressure it takes a while. So we just hung around there and smiled to locals passing by. Imagine this situation in a German village! We don't think people would have been that relaxed.. La Paz is a really exciting city. We spent there a few days mainly for getting ready for the Salar the Uyuni. The good thing about that is that you see places and meet people you wouldn't get to know on normal sightseeing trips. Mechanics, backstreet shops, markets for spare parts etc. The nights we spent on the airport parking lot. Not the most quiet place on earth, but that's also vanlife... #vanlife#homeiswhereyouparkit#bolivia#titicaca#titi#caca#lapaz#overlanding#overland4x4#waterfillingstation#panamericanhighway#panamericana#iveco4x4#iveco#ferry#ferryride#dailyvanlife#watertank#travelblog#travelsouthamerica#travel
The Paílón del Diablo, or "Cauldron of the Devil", is an incredible waterfall about half an hour from Baños. It is about 80 metres high and is one of the most spectacular waterfalls to visit in Baños and Ecuador! You can get very close to the waterfall and feel the spray on your face! You can either walk there from Baños, take a local bus or visit on a chiva tour that visits a number or other waterfalls aswell. It's a site not to be missed on a trip to Baños 😝
Stay with us and we can help you to arrange a visit to this and many other must see places in and around Baños.
➳ Good Morning La Paz 🙋♀️
It’s been a while since we crossed our last terrestrial border. No fruits in your bag señorita ? And here we are in Bolivia or should I say, in the Plurinational State of Bolivia ! La paz is said to be the world’s highest capital, but the official and historical capital is actually Sucre 🤷♀️
Are you ready for some Bolivian Vibes ?