Salar de Uyuni.

I’m short on time but rich on photographs so that’s what I’m posting today! Here’s a very brief run-down of our beautiful day in Uyuni:

  • We paid around £17 for the tour picking us up at 10.30am. Naturally the 4×4 arrived at 11.15am. We went with Oasis Tours and they were pretty good; yummy lunch and we seemed to be the only group with wellies provided.
  • We explored the train cemetery, which is now just a large and pretty awesome tourist playground.
  • We visited a local market and a salt museum, if you can call it that.
  • We headed out to the salt flats and wandered around the salt hotel, waiting for our guide to set up lunch.
  • We had by far the most picturesque lunch I’ve ever had! A storm was brewing so we even got to see (and photograph!) lightning over the salt flats in broad daylight, which is something I’ll never forget.
  • Unfortunately the storm got really bad so we were unable to head to the dry bits nor watch the sunset. This cut our trip a bit short and as well as having a tour guide with questionable photography skills, meant we didn’t get any decent perspective shots 😦

Hope you enjoy the photos! Not sure anything will ever do this place justice…

Love, Lottie xx

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