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Catch Salar de Uyuni during a rare period of rainfall, and the thin sheet of water will leave you standing in awe atop one of the largest mirrors on earth!
- Visit the village of Potolo to learn about indigenous textiles and unique weaving techniques.
- Try some local cuisine with a helping of pique a lo macho or silpancho; if you like your food spicy, top things off with llajhua, a Bolivian condiment similar to salsa.
- Explore Potosí, one of the highest cities in the world, and take a tour of the steaming landscape of Sol de Mañana, an active geothermal field.
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