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From 91 Days in Bolivia
For three months, from May to August of 2011, we made the wild, incredible country of Bolivia our home. From Sucre to La Paz, Copacabana to Cochabamba, we saw as much as 91 days would allow. Start at the beginning of our journey, or the end. Visit the comprehensive index of everything we wrote about, or just check out a few posts, selected at random, below:

Juan Recochea’s American Visa
American Visa is one of the very few Bolivian novels to have ever been translated into English. A darkly humorous tale of crime and murder set in La Paz, it tells the story of Mario Alvarez’s increasingly desperate attempts to get a visa to visit his son in the USA. The picture it paints of La Paz is colorful and gritty, filled with thieves, transvestites and prostitutes…. Read More

Jul 09, 2011

The Museum of Ethnography and Folklore
La Paz has a number of intriguing museums, including one dedicated to the unfairly maligned coca leaf, and another which takes a look at the War of the Pacific, when Bolivia lost its ocean access to Chile. Though we’re normally big on museums, we were constantly distracted by the bustling street markets, and never made it to most of La Paz’s. But we dared not skip out on the Museo de Etnografía y Folklore, near Plaza Murillo…. Read More

Jul 19, 2011

Chapare Hike #2: Through Parque Carrasco
We had such a great time during our first hike with José, that we immediately scheduled another: this time through the Parque Nacional Carrasco. Carrasco is one of the most ecologically diverse areas in Bolivia, with a total size of about 2400 square miles. 5000 plant species have been recorded here, including over 200 types of orchids, and the park is home to rare animals like the Andean Spectacled Bear, the taruca (North Andean Deer), the jaguar, and the Andean Cat…. Read More

Aug 11, 2011

For 91 Days in Bolivia – The E-Book

We’ve collected three months of our wild Bolivian experiences in an E-book, which you can download directly from us, or buy on Amazon for your e-reader. Get over two hundred full-color images, and all our articles from Sucre, La Paz, Potosí, Cochabamba, the Salar de Uyuni and more, in an easy-to-carry format. With a comprehensive index arranged by category and date, the e-book is easy to navigate, and filled with beautiful photos, amusing anecdotes, and detailed, well-researched descriptions of Bolivia’s food, culture and history.

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Direct Download (PDF, MOBI)

For just a few bucks, you can download your own copy of the book for use on your e-reader or computer, giving you access to our blog posts wherever you are, without having to connect to the internet. And, buying the e-book is a great way to support our project… take a look at some sample pages from the PDF.

Don’t forget to check out our other e-books, from our 91 days in Oviedo, Savannah, Buenos Aires and Palermo!

Prints of Our Bolivia Photographs – For Purchase

Twirling cholitas, stunning portraits, breathtaking landscapes like the Uyuni Salt Flats… we took a lot of wonderful pictures during our time in Bolivia. If you’re looking for a unique framed photograph for your empty wall, or just a small-sized print to remind you of Bolivia, take a look at our offers on Fine Art Photography. These high-quality prints look great in any size.