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... was slower with numerous speed cameras policing the 80 kph speed limit. This limit presumably set to reduce the incidence of wild life accidents. We saw two dead alligator like creatures.
Thursday morning saw a more leisurely start. Off to the border just after 8 am. A bit slow at the Brazilian border as the border offices are only open from 8:30 and the locals create long queues before then. Away to Bolivia by 9:30 just 100 meters away. Immigration went well and then we ...
... to make the tours cheaper. When we arrived into town however we quickly realised we must be in the off season as there were no other gringos to be seen. We got lucky the next morning when we met a couple of other tourists who had also met some local tourists who had organised a tour to the caves in the area. All nine of us were able to squish into the jeep so we set off to see some caves. The first caves we went to were small ones that had been caused by rushing water. ...
... 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 ...
Living with my host family has been exciting, challenging, and life changing. I live with a great family in the city so I am close to just about everything. A 5-10 minute bus ride to the FSD office or a quick 3 block walk to the Alerte Verde office where I work. I have only taken a few photos of my home and host family but there will definately be more to come. Went to El Cristo with the other intern who are all amazing. More pics and stories to ...
... it was abnormal.
We finally got to CBBA at 10pm a
little tired but safe. CBBA is a lot lower around 2500m, a lot warmer and very
different to La Paz. It’s a boom modern city with none of the small, crowded,
steep, old parts like La Paz. We spent a relaxed day strolling around the city.
It’s a strange non-touristy place which we didn’t quite manage to ...
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