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Posted 1 week ago / 16 notes #skate #la paz #bolivia #south america #sports #city / Via: clickcmi

SKATEBOARDING EN LA PAZ/BOLIVIA
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Carnaval in Bolivia

Carnaval in Bolivia

La Paz at night - Bolivia

La Paz at night - Bolivia

Chuño con Huevo
This is one of Bolivia’s (and Peru’s) traditional dishes. It looks very unappetizing but it’s actually not bad at all - it has a very simple savoury flavour .The black chunks are pieces of black Chuño, a type of potato which is freeze-dried and used by the Quechua (and Aymara) communities which is scrambled with egg. Chuño was traditionally freeze-dried for storage purposes by exposing it to the extreme low temperatures and high sunlight of the Andean Antiplano

Chuño con Huevo

This is one of Bolivia’s (and Peru’s) traditional dishes. It looks very unappetizing but it’s actually not bad at all - it has a very simple savoury flavour .The black chunks are pieces of black Chuño, a type of potato which is freeze-dried and used by the Quechua (and Aymara) communities which is scrambled with egg. Chuño was traditionally freeze-dried for storage purposes by exposing it to the extreme low temperatures and high sunlight of the Andean Antiplano

Apolobamba Bolivia by Michael Bollino on Flickr.

Cerro Rico, Potosi/Bolivia

Cerro Rico, Potosi/Bolivia

Posted 3 weeks ago / 41 notes #llama #lama #lhama #bolivia #south america / Via: janderoos

Yes, we have llamas!

Yes, we have llamas!

Bolivia: El Alto

Bolivia: El Alto

Salar de Uyuni at night

Salar de Uyuni from Space

Salar de Uyuni from Space

Toro Toro national park, Bolivia

Laguna Colorada, Potosi/Bolivia Photograph by Esther Buttery, nationalgeographic.com

Laguna Colorada, Potosi/Bolivia
Photograph by Esther Buttery, nationalgeographic.com

Bolivian indigenous Aymara women dance during the Aymara festival of Willkakuti (Return of the Sun), which marks the coming of the new year 5522 according the Aymara calendar, in Penas June 21, 2014. The Aymara new year coincides with the winter solstice. REUTERS/David Mercado

Bolivian indigenous Aymara women dance during the Aymara festival of Willkakuti (Return of the Sun), which marks the coming of the new year 5522 according the Aymara calendar, in Penas June 21, 2014. The Aymara new year coincides with the winter solstice. REUTERS/David Mercado

Mr.Owl – Bolivia

El ilustrador nacional Oscar Nuñez (Mr.Owl) vuelve a deleitarnos con el segundo episodio de la serie “Personajes Reales en Mundos Imaginarios”. Esta vez con historias ilustradas de lo que fue su experiencia en Bolivia.

“Es la raja conocer personas que no están ni ahí con las superficialidades, que viven felices con su tierra. Una hermosura. Los lugares más hermosos que tengo en mi mente son de Bolivia. (Coroico, La Isla del Sol, El Camino de la Muerte, etc…) Cada país es un planeta, los planetas lejanos son los mas entretenidos y Bolivia esta lejanamente al lado de nosotros, además es muy barato (para nosotros).” – Oscar.

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Bolivian people by @drawingmytrip

Bolivian people by @drawingmytrip


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