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Great place, friendly staff.
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... Paid 148Bs, ouch!
Back to the hotel, I haven't taken the shower last two days....to be honesty I do not comfortable in that hotel shower.... I had no choice...there have no towel provided...I used my clothe wash.
Went to the Across Cafe bar to have one more beer then back to the hotel.
have to get up at 7AM and leave at 8AM to the Airport to take off the air to La Paz in the next day.
Nearing the end of my internship here and cant believe how fast the time has gone by. It took some time but I developed quite a nice rhythm in Bolivia. Here is just a little bit of what life has been like on the daily.....
>Wake up before my alarm usually around 6:15am, the sun comes in through the windows and is a great way to start my day
>Dressed and downstairs to ...
... are gorgeous when it is sunny and there´s a blue sky. We are always getting strange looks from the locals, but if we say Buendia first they open up and say it back and are very friendly. The other day we were walking back and a little girl yelled to her mom ¨Estan los gringos, mommy!¨ (There are the gringos). A gringo is a foreigner, someone who is usually from the U.S., and does not look at all like they are from there.
Thursday the school had a huge assembly, ...
... on other stories I have heard from those living here. The first few days of orientation I was also aclimating to...well... everything. The altitude will get you first. The La Paz airport is over 13,000 feet and Chocabamba is somewhere around 9,000 feet. The next thing is just realizing you are in another country and culture. So many fun things I have learned here in just the first week.
Rule #1... and this ...
... and that's it's in a district called Tiquipaya. There's not a huge choice of hostels in Cochabamba so I just assume that all the taxi drivers will know it. I get in the first taxi I see outside the bus terminal and as I suspected the driver knows where to go. I relax. It's about half 7 on Sunday morning and the sun is shining, the city already bustling. After about ten minutes we come to a roundabout and we're obstructed by two Trufi's, being stopped by ...