Trip Start Dec 30, 2004
18Trip End Jan 23, 2005
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So we left our backpacks in La Quiaca terminal and we crossed the border to get to Villazón, the first Bolivian city we visited. We wanted to ask the train schedule.
There were no tourist offices, so we had to walk a lot of blocks until we find the train station. There was a man who
Sincerely I hadn’t planned about a trip in Bolivia, but as I had some more time, it was a great idea to visit the biggest salt pan in the world. So we went back to La Quiaca, caught our backpacks and crossed the border once again.
We went to the bus station in Villazón and asked for buses to Tupiza. In Bolivia there are no writen prices anywhere, so you have to ask everywhere before you buy and bargain for a better price. When we had checked all that information out, we took the first bus we found and went to Tupiza.