Looking for Max, breaking down (again...) and other Salar adventures


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Published: September 2nd 2009EDIT THIS ENTRY

"Excuse me, are you Max??" Loitering on the street whilst trying not to look tooo dodgy we'd already accosted two or three likely targets, each guy looking slightly bemused before making a hasty retreat down the road. Our target was a 19 year old Scottish bloke by the name of Max and our reason for stalking him, to suss out how much Spanish he spoke and whether he'd mind translating on a Salar de ... Read Full Entry



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Day 3: 1, 2, 3.... jump!!!Day 3: 1, 2, 3.... jump!!!
Day 3: 1, 2, 3.... jump!!!

Not sure our drivers ever got the whole jumping thing but they had fun joining in!



2nd September 2009

Love, love, LOVE your blog
Hi there. I don't know you at all but you sure seem like an interesting woman! I'm an avid South American traveller and came across your blog quite by accident. I now find myself completely hooked on your adventuress and your awesome writing. I got a good laugh out of the references to organization, South American style...after three trips to the continent, I'd have to agree!
2nd September 2009

Great descriptive writing
Hi Wendy, I run Rosco's Rocky Road Adventure Rides on motorcycles, out of NZ, through Chile, Argentina, Bolivia and Peru. I also have a blog, www.mytb.org/rosco-p we have many of the same photos, only mine some times also feature a motocycle or two. I love your descriptive writing and attention to detail. I do my blog on the run, so do appreciate your blog. I just love this area of Boliviaun abrazo, Rosco

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