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In southern Bolivia there are pools of acid, volcanic craters, physics defying rock formations, ancient coral reefs, thousands of flamingos
, and a LOT off salt - how could we resist?!
First stop on our tour was the ‘train graveyard’, a monument to Boliva’s once great, but now neglected, railway.
Next stop was Fish Island, a refuge amongst the salt and the site of religious sacrifices that started before the Inca and continued past the Conquistadors and into present day!
On our way back we played with the altered perspective of the salt flats.
The next day it was lava, acid, and more salt: a perfect place for flamingoes!