Residencial El Rosario
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... a chill
With the good lord looking down
Margaret really went to town
Showed them how to cook
Dancers wobbling all their bits
First their bottoms then their… bits
Some just had a snooze
Airports bus stops
We are like professionals
Passports, ID’s luggage to go
Push the seat right back
Elmer running up the trail
... when the mum explained her daughter wasn't having any of the wine. We visited 3 vineyards on the tour, the first two disappointingly being very heavy on the information and noticeably very light on the wine, we did at least try an award winning rose that apparently had beaten all Argentinian and Chilean wines in it's category, I'm sure those countries wine industries are quaking in their boots. The final vineyard was a different story ...
... much so that you literally vibrated from head to toe for the entire time, we all noted that our bingo wings were only going 90 the entire time but hopefully they will be all toned tomorrow! One can only hope! We were literally mountain biking down a steep and bendy dirt track full of rocks, stones and pot holes which you had to try and avoid while staying on the left hand side of the road which was the side with the cliff drop. Our bum and the palms of our hads took quite ...
... of gas quick so we couldn't heat enough water. Luckily, a guide from another camp had a pot of hot water going at all times and he filled my Platypus Bladder with hot water and then we passed it around putting it in between our feet and hands like kids in a candy shop. Shortly after, the sun came out for a bit. It was incredible but it stayed out just enough time to dry our shoes and then once it was dark again, the wind ...
... overnighter on the Tarija Express was leaving in a few hours we mustered up some courage and thought we might as well rip the metaphorical bandaid and get to Tarija in one fast swoop. Whats a 12 hour bus ride anyway? We were pretty much veterans...hah! So we returned the Oruro bus tickets we just bought 5 minuets ago and then quickly sent Tia Zorca a message to meet us at the bus terminal at 7am the next day and to keep our early arrival a secret, we were going to spin it into a ...
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