Rimaykullayki, Bolivia!

Rimaykullayki, Bolivia!

In May 2011, Aerosur brought us from Buenos Aires to our new home in Sucre, Bolivia. The “white city” is heralded as the country’s most beautiful, and would be our base of operations for the next three months as we explored Bolivia’s nature, towns and landscapes, met its people, and learned about their customs and culture.

Sucre Airport

We had a short layover in Santa Cruz, the second city of Bolivia, before a half-hour skip to Sucre. That flight was incredible; Santa Cruz is in the country’s eastern lowlands, and as we approached the Andes, I felt my heart speeding. The thick layer of clouds was increasingly punctured by rocky peaks, and eventually dispersed altogether, stopped dead by the Andes. We were left with views of mountain peaks and valleys; brown rivers winding through a surreal landscape barely populated by either vegetation or people.

What Jürgen and I knew about Bolivia could have filled one side of a coca leaf, so we were in for an education. It was going to be an incredible three months…

Desert Bolivia
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River Bolivia
This is Sucre
Rimaykullayki, Bolivia! In May 2011, Aerosur brought us from Buenos Aires to our new home in Sucre, Bolivia. The "white city" is heralded as the country's most beautiful, and would be our base of operations for the next three months as we explored Bolivia's nature, towns and landscapes, met its people, and learned about their customs and culture.
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8 Comments

  • Majra

    Woooah! Lets roll.

    May 18, 2011 at 3:32 pm
  • Jime

    Hello again!!! I’ll be following your new adventures! Nice pics like always!!!
    I don’t know much about bolibia too (though it’s a limitrofe country) so you’ll be instructing me as well with your posts 😀

    May 18, 2011 at 5:22 pm
  • Diane

    Amazing terrain. Unearthly, almost. So glad you are taking us along. 🙂

    May 19, 2011 at 10:42 am
  • Ana

    Love your pictures. I hope you enjoy your visit of my native country (which I miss dearly, and your pictures bring it just a bit closer).

    June 11, 2011 at 4:02 am
    • Juergen

      Hello Ana,

      we are glad that you found our site. Where are you from in Bolivia? Please share tips, things to see with us.

      Do you have any plans visiting Bolivia soon again?

      June 13, 2011 at 12:25 pm
  • Ricardo Tellez

    Sure was an amazing trip, I was born in La Paz, Bolivia, and I miss the colors, the fragrance, the blue sky, the clear nights, the forest, the highlands.

    July 22, 2012 at 4:38 am
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