Bolivia

May 2012

A country of statistical extremes, landlocked Bolivia is the highest and most isolated country in South America. It has the largest proportion of indigenous people, who make up around two-thirds of the population and though rich in mineral and energy resources, is one of South America's poorest countries.

That said its stunningly beautiful and probably one of the less touristy places to visit in the region.

Laguna Blanca
Laguna Blanca
Barren
Flamingos at Laguna Colorada
Llama at Laguna Colorada
Rock Towers
Chinchilla Lookout
Two Chinchillas
Statue with Glasses
Stop
Salt Flats (I)
Salt Flats (II)
Isla Incahuas
Salt Crystals
Salt Shovel
Drying the Salt
Salt and Sunset
Last Bus
Railway Graveyard (I)
Railway Graveyard (II)
Bell Tower
The Mint House
Rolling Machines
Scales
Baby Mummies
Fiesta de Santa Maria
Madonna
Cloisters
Monastery
Traditional Dress
Central Market
Studying in the Park
Angel on High
La Paz
Old La Paz
Catching Up
Dead Presidents
Local dress
Pachamama
Llama foetuses
Tiawanhacu (I)
Monolith
Tiawanhacu (II)
Carved Heads
Feed the Pigeons
Copacobana
Quick Lunch
The Black Virgin
Holy Crosses
Local Market
Jetty
Dentist Required
Inca Hut
Herding the Sheep
Lake Titicaca
Andes Sunset
Andes Sunrise
Water Run