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Trip Report Bolivia 2013 trip report - independently using public transport

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Within August/September 2013 we have been to some Andean countries, esp. Bolivia but also some Chile and Peru, travelling independently and getting around by public transport. Our route included Lima, Arequipa; Copacabana, El Choro trek, La Paz,
PN-Amboro-northeast trek, Samaipata, Sucre, Potosi, Uyuni; PN Volcan Isluga, Iquique,
PN Pan de Azucar, and Santiago de Chile.
When preparing the trip I also used information gathered at this site and all around the internet - to repay this help I have put a detailed report on our experience for others to use on the internet - internet - if interested check it out at my site:
I am sorry to publish it with rather long delay but I seems to have problem nowadays to find enough time to write the report. In addition, I have not managed to get to the Chilean part of the trip at all so far. I am sorry about that but I need to start researching for my next trip now and will not be able to finish the report in near future. Still, as I believe our experience in Bolivia may be of some help for other travellers I have considered it useful to publish at least the unfinished report.
Happy travels to everyone.

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