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Alex Chacon sold all of his possessions to travel to the world's most amazing sights, one of which is Bolivia's salt flat, and he's taking his Kawasaki KLR650 across it. Sure, this might have permanently wrecked his bike but in his opinion, it was totally worth it. The way the sky reflects onto the crystal clear flat waters mimics that of a mirror. We're adding this to our bucket list right now!

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