Driving Across Water


Cars on a Ferry

In order to get to Copacabana on Lake Titicaca from La Paz, Bolivia, you have to take a ferry across a portion of lake. While you obviously don’t drive across the lake, it was fascinating to see large buses being ferried across the water. It took quite a while to get across and the water was a little choppy, but we certainly felt safe during the entire crossing. For this week’s Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge we are sharing photos from our ferry ride.


Crossing the Lake


About to Start Our Crossing


Empty Ferry


View from the Ferry


Almost Across


Enjoying the Crossing


Bus on a Ferry

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6 Responses to Driving Across Water

  1. It’s even more fun to take a train that winds up on a ferry. Have done that to get to Sicily and to Denmark.

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  2. Was there in May. A fascinating place.

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  3. Cee Neuner says:

    Wonderful post for this week’s challenge. 😀

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