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  • The highs and lows of La Paz

    Title pun alert! I’m probably the 7,846th person to make an altitude-related pun in a piece of writing about La Paz, but I’d hope you’ll soon have me forgiven. See, La Paz is 3,650m above sea level. Read that again. I said 3,650m. That’s high. And everything about La Paz, everything that makes it what it […]

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  • Bolivia, country of whites: Salar de Uyuni

    No matter how little you know (or think you know) about Bolivia, you’ve heard about at least one spot: el Salar de Uyuni. You might not even have known it was in Bolivia when you got shown photos of it by that random traveller, but you’ll no doubt remember the endless whites and perspective-twisting photos involving […]

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  • Hiking in Torres del Paine

    Most people go to Patagonia for one thing: Torres del Paine. The chilean national park, named after its three most famous peaks, is often recognised as one of the most beautiful natural places in the world… And rightly so, too. It was created as a national park in 1959, but originally only around the area […]