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Travel Blogs from Cochabamba
... all the way to the bottom. At the bottom we climbed over rocks and crossed the river to find a nice little waterfall that comes out of the rock wall about a third do the way up. What was interesting was the water that came from the waterfall was actually warmer than the water from the river that came from further up the canyon. Although it was still cloudy and we had cooled down from our walk we put on our togs for a swim. However when we felt the water the swim became a ...
... the mountains in a fogged up car, the driver looking though a small area he had wiped clean with his hand, all the way to Mairana only to find we were early. After an hour or so it was time to board our bus. The first thing we noticed was how clean it looked, the second was how young our two drivers were. The bus ride to Cochabamba was long. We slept a lot. It was a quite comfortable bus and the scenery was stunning, however could have just been similar to the scenery on the way to ...
I went to a hostel in Cochabamba mainly for relaxing time and the hostel was so small that everyone in it hung out together most nights, we had film sessions and one of the guys that worked there took us to a brewery that sold beer that he brewed for them (and drew us lots of diagrams in an attempt to explain again and again the complicated process of beer brewing perfection). I then got a bus to Villa Tunari (where the project ...
... was heaving; not only with people but also the most ridiculous and random ****. Washing machines, clothes, DIY sets. It had everything. After a couple of hours of searching through all the **** we were dying for some lunch. We took a bus back to the nicer area of town and found a sushi restaurant. I was in no condition to be flamboyant so I stuck to a ham baguette, whist George and Rib tucked away into god knows what. We came home and ...
... 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 ...
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