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... I did have a brownie with ice cream for dessert, so that was pretty good.
It looks like there are some pretty cool animals around here. I’ve seen a couple of monkeys and some beautiful parrots just milling around. I have a tour to see the bear tomorrow morning at 8am, and then I’ll get the full tour after that to se the rest of the animals they have here. I’m just hoping I can get some sleep tonight. All these animals are really ...
... on other stories I have heard from those living here. The first few days of orientation I was also aclimating to...well... everything. The altitude will get you first. The La Paz airport is over 13,000 feet and Chocabamba is somewhere around 9,000 feet. The next thing is just realizing you are in another country and culture. So many fun things I have learned here in just the first week.
Rule #1... and this ...
... back in and we reverse out of of the roundabout across the oncoming traffic and both pull up in a lay-bye to have another argument. This lasts a couple of minutes and we turn around and start driving a route which I assume must be an alternative route to Tiquipaya, all the while being followed by the offending Trufi. For a third time we pull up and the drivers get out and argue. This time the passengers in the Trufi, who presumably are going to be very late ...
... we were all starving. After lunch we made our way back towards town but stopped off to do a little caving. Before entering the caves we had the pleasure of viewing more dinosaur footprints, they were very clear and very awesome to see. Unfortunately most caves we have been in are much the same, follow a well made path to look at the stalactites and stalagmites. This cave was different and we were most surprised to find ourselves crawling on the ground through tight ...
... in front of your face. I managed to hit my head about a dozen time on the ceiling above as we were climbing through, my helmet had a bit of a visor sticking out over my face and it prevented me from being able to see above my head and how high or low the ceiling was. A couple of the bangs really hurt but in a cave you must go on there is not stopping. Vicki slid down the middle of a cave wall instead of the side like me and the guide did and straight into the puddle at the ...
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