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Tom and I walked to the bus station after breakfast and bought two cama bus tickets to La Paz for tomorrow. Had a walk round the city and a sleep in the afternoon. Went to 'Florin', the Dutch owned restaurant for dinner with Tom and Daniel. Watched some traditional Bolivian music with those two and an American guy called 'Dove', who Tom did the salt flats tour with. Still not feeling quite ...
... the Parque Bolivar which had a miniature Eiffel Tower covered in Christmas lights that had been attached with duck tape. The following day would prove to be one of our most exciting yet, one that would ignite our imaginations and bring back childhood feelings of newfound discovery; we were off to the Parque Cretácico, home of the world's largest collection of dinosaur footprints. The bus ride was long and took us quite a far way out of town, and when we ...
... park, the site is still an active mine on the one side and on the other...well it's a paleontologist's heaven. My time at the site was both enriching and enlightening. Some 68 million years ago these monstrosities roamed the planet, and we 'the homosapiens' with divine dominion were no where to be found. The reality of dinosaurs standing right where I was reminded me once again that this life truly is fascinating, and as people we are always ...
... all is well in the world! Just had my first two hours of Spanish which was great but I've got a HELL of a way to go! Such that, my teacher recommends I do six hours of lessons a day for seven days! Whoa! Then I'll be off to the Salt Flats (Uyuni de Sal) on a three day trek! Sucre is absolutely beautiful! So quaint and clean and cheap! It's amazing...although I literally cannot breathe in this altitude!! More pictures to come but for now some of the views from the house! ...
... to this lady who
then got an exercise book out of a plastic bag and got the guide to write down
where we were from and then gave her a receipt for the cost. All this in the
middle of a track with no sign of where we were. However a couple of minutes
later we arrived at the site after having walked about 1 ½ hours. It was much
better than we expected with a large number of very ...
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