WHO ARE WE ?
We are Jenny and Steven, coffee, photography and travel addicts, traveling South & Central America
since January 2017. We’ve created "Tales From The Lens" to share our experiences, photos and stories.
With our one-way ticket purchased, we packed our life away and filled our backpacks with our cameras, GoPro, laptops and as little clothes as possible for all the weather we were bound to encounter along the way. This year we decided we will experience, volunteer, look for wildlife and travel through as many diverse landscapes and cultures as we can...
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In Sucre, Bolivia, the largest collection of dinosaur footprints In the world are found. Here there are more than 5,000 prints left by 15 different dinosaurs. With a tour you can get right up to this piece of history.
2 Hours Outside Of Sucre Is The Town Of Tarabuco, Where Once A Week Villagers Flock To Buy And Trade Goods. The Market Is A Chance To See The Old Bolivia, Where Traditional Clothing And Cultures Are Part Of The Everyday Life.
Sucre is the gem of Bolivia that no many tourist take the time to go to. Probably because the longest you stay the hardest it is to leave ! Sucre is an incredible city for those who want to live the Bolivian life style, learn Spanish or just visit the incredible country-side.
The Azapa Valley Is Home To The Oldest Mummies Ever Found. Belonging To The Chinchorro People, These Mummies Pre-Exist The Mummies Of Egypt. Take Time To Visit The Mysterious Mountain Geoglyphs Of Llamas and Humans.
In Northern Chile Is The Port Town of Arica. Many Skip This Village Unless They Plan On Crossing The Boarder To Peru. However, Stay A Few Days And You Will Discover A City With A Lot Of Secrets.
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