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Travel Blogs from Cochabamba
No chance of a lie-in as awake well before 6.30am as normal.
Keen to head off ASAP with no long farewells - donated some stuff to lighten my
load and got a ride to the micro stop. Was a really good ride back to
civilisation – the sun was shining, the views magnificent and we managed to get
around the queue of about a hundred lorries trying to get up that hill.
Straight to the last hostel to dump stuff and head ...
... the city so we caught a local bus from just outside the hostel. It was possibly the most uncomfortable bus I've ever been on, I had to crouch on my seat as otherwise my head would have burst through the roof due to all the bumps and obstacles in the road. To make matters worse, my malaria tablets seemed to have caused a few upsets and my tummy was in no mood to be thrown around. Anyway once we were there we could see what the hype was all about. ...
... these actions would bring about the desired result. We just want the Disco back, so we can get on with our journey.
The most spectacular Carnaval celebrations in Bolivia take place in Oruro, a city we had no desire to revisit, choosing instead to watch the extravaganza on television. The following day we took to the main avenue close to our hotel for the Children’s Carnaval. Imagine a fancy-dress parade, taking place during a street ...
... starting to appear.
The mechanic who is working on the Disco had a motorbike accident on Friday morning, sustaining a broken collarbone. His boss assures us that he will be fit to oversee the work again by Monday and that we should be able to leave town on Tuesday. However, our new friends have taken us so much to their hearts and extended to us such generous hospitality, these past two weeks, that it will be a wrench for us when the time comes to leave.
Ciao for now
Liam and ...
... it. Though no one answered my calls for help, Lilly, the hostel owner did answer her phone thankfully! She met us in our moment of distress, and we hobbled along with her and her light through puddles in the stone road, into what would be our home for the next several days. Despite no electricity, she brought us candles, and despite the fact that her water pipes had somehow busted that evening, she brought us bottles of potable water. She gave us clean sheets to put on the ...
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