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... 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 ...
... impressed. Although we don't really speak Spanish and his English is just as good it was handy to have props and I think we got the gist of what he said. Next we headed down towards the river which quickly turned into a small canyon. The rock formations were different around every corner and at some parts the rocks have been worn smooth by the now trickle of a river. Along the way Jesus pointed out the various foot prints and fossils. Two and a half hours into our walk we came ...
... we saw a couple of different types of hummingbirds (pica flor). I like hummingbirds, it's possible they are my favourite bird, especially because they don't ever come near you. They are too quick to photograph which is a pain. The amazing thing about the canyon we were standing on top of, is that you can actually see where the tectonic plates have separated and then pushed back against each other creating a stunning canyon floor, which is great for farming and some of the ...
... br> for a veggie feast – even at 1.30 most hot food had gone but doubled up on the
excellent lentil burgers as the soya/gluten options did not appeal whatsoever.
Had a pretty fruitless pm at tourist info and tour companies
and couldn’t find a laundry – siesta time maybe, so admitted defeat and grabbed
some beer and snacks and retired to my computer and TV to recover from the last
couple of weeks.
... town and was in a lovely spot. It had a big green garden, swimming pool and large open area where we endlessly played pool and lounged around. We knew La Paz was a pretty crazy and relentless city so we wanted to take advantage of the chance to get away from it all so for 2 days we did absolutely nothing but lie in the sun and chill out; which went down an absolute treat. We had heard and read lots about the enormous and thrilling market in the ...
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