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Midterm retreat with Cass, Kenzie, Emily, Rory, and Michelle was a blast. A much needed adventure to the jungle. Its a shame I got sick by the second day but I rallied... I mean, when's the next time im going to have the chance to hike through a Bolivian jungle, zip across a river, swing through the air from 14 meters high, listen to Bolivian music strummin along while I lay poolside in a hammock, or endure what feels like 99% humidity...? Exactly. We had a great time ...
... I'll note the airport in Coachabamba played the four magic paging tones that I am fond of but rarely hear.
It was dark outside the La Paz airport when we arrived, but we managed to get an honest driver to take us into town. By this time in the trip, I had really fallen into using my broken Spanish. The staff had very limited use of English so I had been using it with them. I ...
... to his 35 year old Toyota purchased from the American Ambassador, to his 30-day long treks into the Amazon rainforest with only a fishing rod and the clothes on his back. The profoundly genuine tone of these tales combined with the confidence and wisdom of Pepe make me inclined to believe him. It is fascinating to see life here through the eyes of someone who has experienced so much. When we leave Cochabamba ...
... s near an American school, or at least that's what I remember from looking at a map the previous day. He seems to know of one but my use of the word escuelar (school) is confusing him. He thinks it might be collegio, and indeed there is a Tiquipaya collegio, but we drive past, me saying I don't think it looks American enough. We end up next to Tiquipaya town square roped off for some Sunday festivities and eventually stop at a taxi office in the hope they ...
... to step down and hand over ownership and awareness to the local government. Then we made a half hour drive to Beiba's community. The tour started with lunch overlooking the lake and a fish farm. After stuffing ourselves with fish and rice, we went to the primary school in the area. Here some of the school kids took up full-sized USA and Bolivia flags and led us in a parade down a dirt road to their school. We played parachute games, ...
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