Bolivia, a month later.

 New shoes! Rocking now BFGoodrich 33x265 on 17" KM2

New shoes! Rocking now BFGoodrich 33x265 on 17" KM2

My love for Bolivia grew in the last month. What a beautiful country. The colourful culture helps the cause. It really stole my heart! So far it is one of my favourite country on Earth.

Fuel is cheap (around $0.60USD per liter), food is plenty (30 mangoes for $1.25USD), people are very kind, albeit a bit shy towards foreigner, in some remote parts.

Survived to the [expensive] Carnaval in Santa Cruz de la Sierra.

Some pictures, some more on my instagram! (check out barefootinajeep). Most of the shots below were taken with my Pen-F (olympus) with a 17mm f/1.8 and 75mm f/1.8.

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 Carnaval 2018

Carnaval 2018

 National Highway. 

National Highway. 

 After some time on the highway...

After some time on the highway...

 Road toll. That's the gate. 

Road toll. That's the gate. 

 The main highway between Sucre and Santa Cruz.

The main highway between Sucre and Santa Cruz.

 A crew is clearing the highway after a landslide blocked it. 

A crew is clearing the highway after a landslide blocked it. 

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 Traffic.

Traffic.

 The street of Sucre, Bolivia.

The street of Sucre, Bolivia.

 The Jeep parked at the hostel.

The Jeep parked at the hostel.

 Producing EDM with chocolate.

Producing EDM with chocolate.

 Shooting in the rain.

Shooting in the rain.

 Sucre is the chocolate capital of Bolivia.

Sucre is the chocolate capital of Bolivia.

 Sucre, Bolivia. By far the prettiest town in Bolivia!

Sucre, Bolivia. By far the prettiest town in Bolivia!

 Cooking

Cooking

 Driving on the Uyuni Salar Flat.

Driving on the Uyuni Salar Flat.