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Hi, I am a fluent Spanish speaker and native English speaker. I want to move to Bolivia and become a citizen. I would like to join the Navy, Air Force, or even Army when I move to Bolivia in a year.

Can someone help me out? I read that joining the Military helps speed up the naturalization process. Is that true?

What are the requirements to join any of the branches?

Thanks again.

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If you're planning to travel by road next week check before setting out. Miners' "cooperatives", and other coop organizations, are threatening road blocks beginning Monday.

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Please, is ther any public transport between Iquique and Huara. And once there, is it possible to get a taxi to get Atacama Giant Geoglyph at Cerro Unitas?

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Hi all,

This has been mentioned before but most information I've seen seems to be out of date. I'm looking for a tour of the Salar (3-4 days) but I've heard they are pretty basic. I'd like to find something a bit more comfortable with decent food and preferably hot water. I don't mind paying a bit more for this but my budget doesn't extend to full on luxury either. If anyone knows of any mid-range tours I'd be really grateful for recommendations,

Thanks!

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Hi! I'm having trouble finding a tour that includes kids. We are going to San Pedro on Saturday and I'm keen to book a safe (ish) tour that kids can go on. Any advice would be appreciated. Cheers

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Main roads in the departments of Oruro, Cochabamba and Potosi are blockaded in a number of places , due to a protest by miners' "cooperatives".
At midday the La Paz 'bus terminal said that no long-distanced 'buses were operating.

Presumably 'buses to Desaguadero, Copacabana and Yungas are not affected, likewise connexions between Cochabamba, Sucre and Santa Cruz.

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At the end of June, my partner and I took the tour 4 days / 3 nights from Uyuni and had a bad experience with Mammut Expedition and then with Huracán Expeditions . Among many other turds and bundled , the first , run by Rosemary , made ​​it back to Uyuni ( a city where you do not want to stay more than one night ) during the second night while we had to sleep in San Juan , so we left the tour ; They did not meet schedules or agreed at the office; and finally they joined us with a tour company…

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Hi there
My husband and I want to travel from Puno, Peru to Copacabana, Bolivia on a SUNDAY in November(20th) We would like to book in advance just to be sure that we can get there. Can anyone recommend a reputable bus company or tour company that has an English speaking driver or guide that can advise if necessary with the boarder crossing into Bolivia. We don't want a local bus service that stops in many locations. We also have concerns about the safety aspects of some buses and we have also…

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Hi all,

I'm planning a trip to Bolivia in mid-late October. My current itinerary is to enter from San Pedro de Atacama on a tour ending in Uyuni. I would then travel to Potosi, Sucre, La Paz, and Copacabana. I have a couple of extra days and am thinking about maybe going to Tupiza from Uyuni before traveling to Potosi (i.e. bus Uyuni-Tupiza and then Tupiza-Potosi) since I keep reading about how nice the scenery is around Tupiza. I would love it if it there was a salt flats tour leaving from San…

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Hi all,

Does anyone has contact/phone to any guides/driver you have had at the tour of Salar de Uyuni + lagunas, Pampas and/or jungle tour in Rurrenabaque and to climb Huayna Potosi?

Spanish speaking is ok. For Uyuni I think that most important the person is responsible since I don't believe there is much to tell but more to see. I would like to customize these trips and would therefore like to talk directly to the drivers/guides.