There are some countries you travel to and love, others that you don’t really care for and want to leave right away. But none are really boring or forgettable, at least to me. One of my least favorite countries to date has been Bolivia. It’s the third poorest country in Latin America where most roads are unpaved, people can be quite unfriendly, shrunken llama heads are sold at the market (ok, that was still kind of cool) and the meals I ate there all blend together into one menu del dia (fixed-price meal of the day) comprised of rice, potatoes and chicken. I never really wanted to visit the country, but it was in between Northern Argentina and Peru on my backpacking trip throughout South America by bus. Nonetheless, even though I’ve concluded that it’s not on my To Revisit list, I still recommend it to people. Why? The Salar de Uyuni, or Uyuni Salt Flats. Simple as that. Instead of explaining in detail, I’ll show you just what this out-of-this-world location has to offer.