Hi all, What follows below, has been penned by Ryan's own hand and is his (as yet, incomplete) account of his tour down into the silver mines of Potosi. It is his first full blog post, and likely to be his only one! So lets hope its a good 'un. Ryan: I'm up at 6.30am, an early rise. It's a very chilly morning, which certainly wakes you up. Breakfast is fresh orange juice, coffee, pineapple, bananas and more rock hard bread with jam and butter (if you threw it, ...
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In the morning we taxi up to the Sucre bus station and end up on a Trans Emporador bus to Potosi. The drive is pretty uninspiring and we arrive into Potosi's bus station, which is one of the newest stations yet. It's big, modern, but round and bloody confusing to find your way out of! Eventually we find the salida and out on the street manage to flag down one of the few and far between taxis passing by. At Koala Den our room is being cleaned so we use the intern...