Best of Bolivia: Our Top Impressions

Bolivia, a country of striking beauty is any photographer's dream. We certainly had an amazing time exploring various parts of the country and getting to know the people. Below we include some more and some some less stereotypical impressions of our three week journey through Bolivia:

Top tasty treats // Bolivia

After having spend a few weeks in the highlands, we have not managed to eat as much local food in Bolivia as in other places. Bolivia's Altiplano cuisine is rather straight forward and unlike in neighbouring Peru, there has not been a very notable Gastronomie revolution. To be fair, people in Bolivia have other worries... Continue Reading →

Thoughts on Bolivia

In some areas little has changed in hundreds of years Well, we obviously were not here a hundred years ago but women in Andean towns and villages probably at that time looked very similar, wearing colorful clothes, often carrying a baby on their back. But there are other aspects of life in Bolivia as well... Continue Reading →

Sucre – A Surprising Place to Chill

If you like trivia, you might have come across the fact that Bolivia's capital is not in fact La Paz. Per Bolivia's constitution it is the small and fairly laid back city of Sucre. However, being the capital is mostly an academic title for Sucre since the main action is happening in La Paz, which... Continue Reading →

24 Hours in Copacabana, Bolivia

On our way by bus from Puno in Peru to La Paz in Bolivia we decided to take a 24h travel break in the small town of Copacabana. Most tourists stop here to visit Isla del Sol, the legendary origin of the Incas. We, however, ended up staying in town only, skipping the island. As... Continue Reading →

Top Tasty Treats // Peru

Peru has an amazing cuisine that blends together the varied geography with cooking methods of the many people that have passed through and settled here throughout history. Not only different regions, but also altitude determines the taste of what is grown in Peru. The country can be divided into three main zones: the coastal desert... Continue Reading →

Thoughts on Peru

Similar to other countries we visited on our trip, we would like to share some thoughts and observations on Peru. This is by no means an academic essay but rather our own personal summary... The exclusive history focus on the Inkas is not understandable What historic culture do you think about when you hear the... Continue Reading →

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