The world’s largest mirror was just beneath my feet and stretching to the horizon on all direction. Everything we see comes in doubles because of this mirror. This is the world’s largest mirror on the Uyuni salt flats and is the main reason that we wanted to come to country of Bolivia.
Walking with Dinosaur Footprints in Sucre, Bolivia
On the huge plate of vertical clay wall in front of me are more than 12,000 foot prints of the titans in the past. These indents on the wall are the most significant and biggest deposits of dinosaur footprints in the world. If I were the little boy twenty years ago I will be squealing with delight.
Cholita Fighting: Women’s Wrestling in La Paz
Winny and I arrived in La Paz after 3 months of travel. La Paz is the capital city of the poorest country in South America, Bolivia. Besides being quite modern, many parts of La Paz are quite dangerous to wonder around by ourselves. We did however travel into El Alto, the sister city of La Paz where the poor working class live, to watch the famous Cholita fighting.