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... time once I was there. I brushed up on my language skills, made new friends and experiences, which I certainly do not want to miss.
The lessons I have learnt on this trip are clearly that South America does not always have a tropical climate, that not all South American women look like the cliché Latina and that Bolivians eat way too much soup for my taste :) Nevertheless, I am sure to come back here!
Hasta la ...
... volleyball. I can enjoy what I'm doing, while helping out with a good cause. It's a win-win situation!
Not only can I share my passion for sports, volleyball, and travel, but I can share my love for children and teaching. I hope to gain a sense of fulfillment when I see a child hit their first overhand serve over the net. I want to help a sulking, child that can't set the ...
... pulled up by the lodge. A three-course meal awaited, something for us to happily get used to during our stay! Due to lack of sleep the previous night, we both crashed out relatively early, and woke up fresh and ready for our 8am excursion - exploring the rainforest, the lodges canopy walkways, and the wetlands.
Paul had warned us several times that every day in the rainforest is different and there would be no guarantees that we would ...
... stunning made from white volcanic stone. The colonnades flanking the square have bars on the upper levels which offers a fantastic view point for people watching. Pisco spurs At twilight lovely. Great restaurant opposite San Francisco called Zig Zag interesting bibs for clients but great food. Early night both of us really ...
... the excellent bendy-bus system! They have separate lanes and therefore whiz through the congestion faster than any taxi or colectivo. Downtown there are beautiful old colonial buildings and the usual shops you would expect to find in any capital. The highlight for us was doing a tour of the Franciscon Monastery with its artwork, 300 ornately carved choir seats where 500 years ago the monks would sing for 3 hours a day in Latin. It's library was like ...