Traveling through Words, Images, and Ideas
View of Sucre from the Recoleta hill.
La Catedral, Sucre.
Plaza de la Mujer, Madre, y Heroina. Sucre, Bolivia.
Enjoying the Cemetery of Trains in Uyuni.
The amount of salt I got on my clothes after this photo was perhaps not worth it.
When you go to Salar de Uyuni, you have to indulge in the touristy shots.
The highlight of my time in Bolivia was meeting & traveling with the best travel partner ever. Miss you, Ivonne!
Love that balanced rocks—from Asia to South America—has been a consistent image on my trip.
The salt naturally cracks and creates salt hexagons all across the land.
One of my favorite sunsets on this trip—a storm approaching from one side and a rainbow behind me. Salar de Uyuni.
Wiphala, the flag of the indigenous Quechua community of Bolivia, proudly displayed at Salar de Uyuni.
A railroad splits the border between Bolivia and Chile. Bolivia is currently in an 80-year war against Chile to take back the land that originally belonged to them.
My favorite plants in the Atacama desert; they reminded me of the characters from the Lorax!
Flamingo Lake, where both the lake and the flamingos are colored by the bacteria and minerals in the water.
Arbol de piedra, or rock tree, made by years and years of natural force.
When even the girls from the Midwest and Toronto are cold, you know it's cold!
After three cold days in Salar de Uyuni, everyone was happy to enjoy the natural hot springs.
With a background like this, somehow an old Incan labyrinth doesn't seem to scary. Isla del Sol, Lake Titicaca.
Spent a beautiful 36 hours on Isla del Sol, where Incan legend has it that the sun god and/or the first Incan, Manco Capacc was born.