Around the World for the 1st time [Day 22] Salar de Uyuni

Around the World for the 1st time [Day 22] Salar de Uyuni


Bus tour of Salar de Uyuni from the Salt Hotel

Having chartered a car for the past two days to visit Salar de Uyuni, we changed our mind and signed up for a bus tour. Mermaid put her laundry out at the front desk yesterday and was told that it would be ready tomorrow, so she went to pick it up and was told that it hadn’t dried yet, which made her say, “What?” I was going on a tour from now on, but I didn’t have jeans to wear, so I asked them to give me back the jeans that weren’t dry yet. I guess freshly-dried jeans must be uncomfortable. Of course, they said we didn’t have to pay for them.

The male front desk staff of the Salt Hotel and the female staff of the bus tour company are in some kind of good mood at the front desk. Me and the mermaid guessed that “those two are going out”, and we observed the two of them and athetically laughed at them in Japanese.

The bus tour was a graduation tour group of Japanese medical students. Although they are doctors’ eggs, they are still ordinary university students in their innocent frolics.

Salt refining plant

The bus tour took us to a salt factory. This is a place we could not have visited on the charter and we were glad we did. It is run as a family business and the children and dogs were relaxed.

It is fun to shoot together!

A quick shot of the medical students from the roof of the tour bus. If you lie on the salt, you’ll get all sticky! It was interesting to use perspective to take different shots. The camera work was particularly interesting on the mirrored surface of the lake, where it was hard to tell which way was up or down even when the camera was upside down.

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Salar de Uyuni

Pedestal on which flags of different countries are erected

There was a Japanese flag. It would be nice if we could get along like this regardless of country or race. That’s the message Michael Jackson put in his song.

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President of Rapa Nui Inc. After graduating from high school, I worked at various part-time jobs while searching for her life. 22 years old, I entered a welfare college and qualified as a childcare worker, then transferred to a university to study clinical psychology. After graduation, I worked at a child welfare facility. Left the job after 3 years because I felt there was no future in the welfare profession. Baptized as an affiliate in the early days of affiliate marketing, launched various sites to increase sales and started her own business. after obtaining her home construction license in 2020, I began to enjoy studying law and is currently studying for the bar exam at Ito Juku. between 2017 and 2019, I has circled the world 4 times and is planning a 5th trip.