Titicaca lake

Lake Titicaca is the highest navigable lake in the world. It belongs to Bolivia and Peru. We visited both sides, but prefer the Peruvian side. Why? Keep on reading 🙂 Bolivian side The biggest town and tourist centre is Copacabana (not to mistaken with the one in Rio). It´s easy to find accommodation, food and … More Titicaca lake

La Paz

The Bolivian capital La Paz is a huge city nested between hills and mountains. It is also the highest capital in the world at 3,660 metres above sea level. The old historical part with its centre around St. Francisco church is a tourist favourite – lots of restaurants, tour agencies and shops. The easiest way … More La Paz

New Year’s skiing in Bosnia and Herzegovina – an “alternative” skiing destination

Two words (skiing, Bosnia) you wouldn´t expect in the same sentence? Well, think again, because these two words go hand in hand and they do that pretty well actually. 🙂 When you think of skiing for New Year you think of Austrian Alps, the Dolomites, French huge skiing resorts and so and so on. So … More New Year’s skiing in Bosnia and Herzegovina – an “alternative” skiing destination

A little piece of Austria in Bolivia – La Paz from above

Arriving in La Paz we had no clue what to see & do. Our biggest concern was internet for Jure´s work and in a country like Bolivia this isn’t an easy task. We found a guesthouse in Sopocachi, the posher neighbourhood in La paz. It had internet, but slow (ok, better than in Atacama), the … More A little piece of Austria in Bolivia – La Paz from above

Volcanoes, lagoons and salt flats – From San Pedro de Atacama to Uyuni in 3 days

We can say this was one of the highlights of our round the world journey. Nature proved again, what beauty it’s capable to create. The tour started in San Pedro de Atacama. A minibus picked us up at our hostel and brought us to a place for breakfast. Then we left for immigration right outside … More Volcanoes, lagoons and salt flats – From San Pedro de Atacama to Uyuni in 3 days