You’ve been thinking about travelling for a hot minute - daydreaming about hopping on that plane and flying away on a new adventure.
Home to one of the most incredible sights in the world - the world's largest salt flat. Measuring at over 10,000 square kilometres, it's easy to see why so many travellers around the world come to visit this beauty every year.
The next destination we visited in Bolivia was the constitutional capital, Sucre. The reason we went to Sucre, to begin with, was that it is also the unofficial travellers capital in South America for learning Spanish.
Salta, la Linda. The nickname of our next destination translates to “Salta, the beautiful”. After staying here for a few days, it was easy to see why! A charming city in the north of Argentina, and sadly our last port in this beautiful nation, was really a hidden gem.