Br364 online dating
Visiting the ancient mint or having a tour around the Casa Nacional de Moneda (National Money House) also provides a good look into Potosi's and Bolivia's past.Leaving the bleak Altiplano we arrive at the shimmering white Salt Flats of Uyuni.In the morning we make our way to one of the world's great archaeological mysteries The Nazca Lines.These huge figures and shapes, carved into the desert floor are best viewed from the air - South America travel is not complete until you have seen these unbelievable ancient mysteries.Here, if time allows, we will visit a local winery and try Peru's national drink, Pisco. A palm fringed lake surrounded by impressive sand dunes, you can relax on the beach, go for a swim & then if its an adrenaline rush you have the option to head out on a custom made dune buggy & roar across the desert sands to the top of enormous dunes & then sand board down them - imagine snowboarding but on sand instead!Then, after an unforgettable desert sunset, we sit around the campfire while our guides cook up a storm, followed by a night sleeping out under the stars.Spending some time during South America travel in these local communities will provide a unique opportunity to learn more about the traditional lifestyle of the Andean people and their customs.From here it is a days drive to the capital of Bolivia - La Paz.
Days 8 to 14 We now have to face one of the most arduous and punishing dirt roads on the tour, although we soon arrive at Cuzco.
By boat we visit the rare and exotic sea birds and mammals that inhabit these islands.
An hours drive inland in the heart of the Ica Desert is Peru's main wine centre.
Vast amounts of silver were extracted from Potosi and shipped to Spain in years gone by.
The adventurous who have undertaken South American travel will appreciate the opportunity to go down one of these mines where mining techniques have remained unchanged for centuries.
Search for br364 online dating:
Please note that for all those visiting Machu Picchu there is now the option to buy a ticket to go up the summit next to Machu Picchu, Huanapichu.