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... 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 ...
... limited I apologized to the group in Spanish and gave part of my blessing in English which I was told would be perfectly fine. Next month I should be more that able to do my blessing in Spanish :) After the ceremony some of the people in the group grabbed an assortment of instruments and we all listened to music while sharing food and sipping hot ginger tea.... which felt great since it was pretty cold out and I was ill ...
... subtitles. Prison Fighter III: The Revenge or something. Enjoyed the chance to assimilate my ear with Spanish although a bit confused as to why the subtitles were also in Spanish but occasionally with very different words... possibly Castillian dubbing with Latin American subs? From what I gathered some, Prisoners who were rock 'ard, mainly from breaking rocks all day were entered into a competition by the Prison guards to fight until they were dead, the ...
... 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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