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Holland again

Last Wednesday we flew from Buenos Aires to Madrid. After a bit of delay we got a flight back to Amsterdam from there. Home sweet home!

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Uruguay

Our last week (probably) here on the continent we spent mainly partying, relaxing, partying some more, and of course visit Uruguay! From Buenos Aires we took a (very, very slow) boat to Colonia, a sleepy, pretty little city only three … Continue reading

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Buenos Aires

We have arrived in the place where we will fly home from. Already partied and checked out the local Starbucks. Quite similar to the one in Utrecht. Tom and I went to see La Bomba del Tiempo; reportedly it is … Continue reading

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Argentina

This time we crossed the border in a more official manner (compared to how we went from Peru to Bolivia): Relaxing in Salta at the moment.

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Salar de Uyuni

From La Paz we traveled onwards to Uyuni by night bus. There we visited the salt lakes and sites with volcanic activity in a three-day trip by jeep. Alice and Jonas from São Paulo kept us company; Brad too of … Continue reading

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Death Road

For those who were wondering: we survived the Death Road. It was an amazing 64 km ride. The first part was asphalt and very, very fast; we reportedly reached a top speed of 75 km/h! The Death Road itself is … Continue reading

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La Paz

After a long, long trip on Lake Titicaca we were finally allowed to get ourselves stamped into Bolivia. Our American fellow travelers Brad and Emile had some trouble; the Bolivian government apparently doesn’t like Americans and they had to pay … Continue reading

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Cusco & Machu Picchu

After almost two incredibly fun weeks in Lima we had to move on again in the direction of Bolivia. But first, we had the mandatory tourist stop in Cusco and Machu Picchu. Cusco is at a high altitude again (about … Continue reading

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Lima

Since you might be wondering what we are up to, I thought I would share. We have been in Lima for five days now and will probably stay a couple more. Making some plans today for the remainder of our … Continue reading

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Mi Chef Kristof

On the backpacker’s plaza in Huaraz be sure not to miss out on Mi Chef Kristof. It is run by Kristof from Belgium who makes his own pasta, mixed drinks, sells Dutch “stroopwafels” (uses different — though very tasty — … Continue reading

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