Biking “The World’s Most Dangerous Road”, just outside of La Paz, Bolivia. This tiny, twisting road, punctuated by landslide debris and waterfalls, was a main artery between mountain villages and the capital. It took many lives lives before the new highway was built. Today, the road is used for adventure sports and local traffic, which is alert and aware of speeding bikers.


Hundreds of faces carved into stones in an ancient crypt. Tiwanaku, Bolivia.

Hundreds of faces carved into stones in an ancient crypt. Tiwanaku, Bolivia.


Interlocking stones at Puma Punku in Tiwanaku. Highly advanced for the time.

Interlocking stones at Puma Punku in Tiwanaku. Highly advanced for the time.


One of the stone monoliths at Tiwanaku in northern Bolivia.

One of the stone monoliths at Tiwanaku in northern Bolivia.


Puerto del Sol - Tiwanaku, Bolivia.

Puerto del Sol - Tiwanaku, Bolivia.


Our costumes for the plunge and for the Harlem Shake, with fellow jumpers.


We absailed, face-first down the outside of a 15-story building. Terrifying at first…and terrifying even on the second go.


On our way down the outside of a 15-story building. La Paz, Bolivia.


Street celebration in La Paz, Bolivia. The revelers were supplied with cheap beers from tag-along entrepreneurs wearing backpacks full of the stuff.


La Paz, Bolivia - tucked away into a giant cavern, high in the Andes, under the watchful eye of Mt. Illimani. As the world’s highest capital city, it’s hard to breathe here, but you have to fight it because there is so much to do.

La Paz, Bolivia - tucked away into a giant cavern, high in the Andes, under the watchful eye of Mt. Illimani. As the world’s highest capital city, it’s hard to breathe here, but you have to fight it because there is so much to do.