Day Thirty – Quitor, Iglesia de Catarpa, Garganta del Diablo y an attempt at Aldea de Tulor

An early start, 08h00, let us bike around for four or five hours in fresh cool breezes under a friendly sun. We chose to head north in the morning, biking past Quitor to Catarpa and then stopping at the Garganta del Diablo on the way back. Admittedly this could be done as a loop, but … More Day Thirty – Quitor, Iglesia de Catarpa, Garganta del Diablo y an attempt at Aldea de Tulor

Day Twenty-Three – Back to the Beginning Of Bolivia

Funny how things work out. If I’d known, coming into Bolivia, what I know now, I would have started my exploration in Cochabamba, and worked my southwest. Likely I would be heading out on my Uyuni tour today, San Pedro bound. Skipping Oruro would have been for the alright, and who knows, maybe I would … More Day Twenty-Three – Back to the Beginning Of Bolivia

Day Twenty-One – Dinosaur Footprints, the Canyon, Vergel Falls, and Ancient Pictoglyphs – Or – Humpday

Officially Halfway through mon voyage! Our group combined two tours this day: the standard trek to Vergel Falls, (which includes a little tour of some of the hundreds of dinosaur tracks in the area), and, after an enjoyable splash in the idyllic waters below the falls and lunch, the hike up the river bed that … More Day Twenty-One – Dinosaur Footprints, the Canyon, Vergel Falls, and Ancient Pictoglyphs – Or – Humpday