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... a huge cheer went up from the Bolivians- the rescue bus had arrived!! Not far from being 24 hours after the crash we were all on board, had safely passed Bolvian customs and fallen asleep, deep in our relief...
...that was until morning, when we all woke up starving hungry and with no sign of the bus stopping! The bus shook from left to right as it passed over pot hole after pot hole. The hours crawled by. There was no sign of civilization out ...
... 8211; and was frustrated to reach voicemail a second time. A lot of effort for no connection.
View a RunKeeper log of my walk through downtown Santa Cruz.
I hopped in a taxi to the Santa Cruz Zoo. The driver wanted Bs. 20 ($2.89) but I bargained down to Bs. 15 ($2.17) based on my memory of appropriate taxi fares listed in the guidebook. The taxi ride took 12 minutes. At one large intersection near the zoo, a young man juggled balls at the ...
... just being 'average height' for once but i feel sorry for Adam and his current freakish height :) He's more of an eyesore that before! We decided to go to a mountain village on the 26th, Samaipata, about 3 hours away to see the village itself and some inca ruins beside it. We had to catch a micro collectivo which is like a mini bus which only goes when full. Luckily we were the missing two and off we went. The roads up to the village were awful. I am not the ...
... for over an hour (we tried to rescue it).
My birthday was my last day in the park and I worked in quarantine for few hours before heading the quarantine - helping take the monkeys out, playing with them and helping Or repare some things. When we got to Tigre citronella had leaked out of the insect repellant we had in the bag in case andi needed it and it sent Tigre insane running around and jumping on things and then finally refusing to walk.She didnt want us to go ...
... masks when drilling, Christmas presents as a bonus and less miners have died. This year alone 8 have died, 1 last week from carbon monoxide but they think he might have been drunk so didn't realise it was toxic. The sad truth is that most miners will suffer from silicosis and don't live past 40. But we did meet the oldest miner there at 65 who's worked the mines for 35years. The youngest is known to be 14, however I didn't see any children working and wasn't sure if this was what the ...
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