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Travel Blogs from Santa Cruz
... be frank, I think we made a bit of a mistake coming here as we would have been better going straight to Madidi had they had the space available for us? I was following a suggested route in Lonely Planet, the first and last time I shall do that as, unless, i am missing something, there is not a whole lot here o hold ones interest for more than a day or two. Incidentally, i know our Lonely Planet guide is a couple of years out of date, butvit really is not very good at all. ...
... constructed in the city. After some salte˝as for lunch, we set out to find a good view of the city, allegedly widely available from several church belltowers around the main square; but to our dismay, one after an other turned us away, supposedly due to strong winds making them unsafe. We settled for asking our taxi driver to stop on a rocky central hill on the way to the bus terminal, where we were rewarded with an incredible panoramic vista of the city and its ...
... and a half hours from Santa Cruz. After a hair raising journey here, all is calm, all is well, all is quiet, all is natural. All will come into focus.
Six days after arriving I feel wonderful.
Tomorrow I'm going to explore a remote village where an old woman weaves in a tiny stone house. As in many homes in Peru she has no electricity or running water. I've been advised by Dutch Pieter, the Caretaker of Heaven, to take her some food.
... Friday we said our goodbyes, lovely for being one by one with Josie, Annie, Merle, and then Len in London. The only good thing about being away from them is looking forward to being back.
I was proudly wearing my Beano Club bag, Sue had had positive feedback from the Peace Artistes ("you┤ve picked up the big drum patterns quickly enough").
It is strange starting on a big holiday. Going from being too busy finishing ┤everything┤ to ...
... I was so touched by how they humbly waited for me to give it to them. They didn’t complain as I handed it out. It taught me another lesson in life and that I have to STOP complaining and to be
happy about what I do have because these children have nothing. It has changed me inside and I remember just before I left for Bolivia, thinking about the people in my life that were getting me
upset. I don’t care if you like me or not and I ...
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