The_roadtrippers

Pierre et Camille parcourent la France dans un Van. Pas besoin de se retrouver entre français à l’autre bout du monde pour vivre l’expérience du voyage. @the_roadtrippers

Raphaelbonnot

Ce gars a fait un tour de l’Europe en Vespa ! @raphaelbonnot

Belmond

Parmi les hôtels les plus iconiques du monde (pour lesquels il va falloir que tu bosses vraiment beaucoup avant d’y faire un séjour). @belmond

Brunomaltor

Traveler précurseur, un des premiers blogueur star du voyage, team digital nomad, ce mec est ton gourou. @brunomaltor

Travelandleisure

Que du spot incroyable, si tu te demandes à quoi ça sert d’étudier, c’est pour se payer ce genre de voyage @travelandleisure

Roadmatesincrimes

Pour découvrir des paysages désertiques d’Amérique latine et apprendre des choses en anglais. @roadmatesincrimes

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Did you know trains also have their graveyard? 🚂✝️⁣ ⁣ Hauntingly beautiful, the Cementerio de Trenes (Train Cemetery) is an open-air museum of rusted out relics from when railway was big business in the region.⁣ ⁣ In the 19th century, scores of British engineers and laborers descended on the town to build a connection between the local mines, La Paz and the seaports of Chile. ⁣ Working under the Antofogasta and Bolivian Railroad Company, they founded a sizable community and built an extensive railway network, transforming the sleepy town of Uyuni into an important transportation hub.⁣ As part of Uyuni’s industrialization, a rail car factory was founded that manufactured many of the relics that can be seen today. Most of the hollowed out shells on display were built in the early 20th century.⁣ ⁣ But in the 1940s, mining went into serious decline as resources began to run dry. With no economic incentive to continue operations, the Antofogasta and Bolivian Railroad Company abandoned the region and left these husks to rust in the high altitude desert.⁣ ⁣ Most of the trains (over 100!) date back to the early 20th century and were imported from Britain. They're rusted out, long ago stripped for useful parts. Covered in graffiti, some of it pretty good, they're strangely beautiful relics of an industry left behind. ⁣ In other places in the world, the mighty steel trains would have held up better. The salt winds that blow over Uyuni, which hosts the world’s largest salt plain, have corroded all of the metal.⁣ ⁣ 💬 What’s the most impressive abandoned place you ever visited? Please let me know!⁣ ⁣ #travelismypassion #travelgrammer #trains #earthisbeautiful #adventurestartshere #amazingdestinations #traveltheworldwithme #trainlife #welivetotravel #meettheworld #travellingaroundtheworld #worldofwanderlust #travellust #travelinspiration #travelislife #exploretheunexplored⁣ #traincemetery #travelandshare #travelmindset #tripmemories #livefortravel #travelmind #travelmemory #train #ghosttown #steampunk #orangeandteal #orangeandblue #instatravel #uyuni

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belmondandeanexplorer

Si toi aussi tu rêves de voyager dans les trains les plus luxueux du monde. @belmondandeanexplorer

Motelvibes

Parce que les voyages, ce n’est pas que des beaux paysages mais aussi des émotions et des expériences inoubliables. @motelvibes

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