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... La Higuera (where Che was executed), Sucre (The Capital city and a lovely place to visit), Potosi (The site of the silver mine that made the Spaniards so wealthy in the 1600’s), Uyuni (Dakar base), Tahua (Hotel made of Salt on the edge of the salt pan), Oruro (because it was on the way).
January is the wet season for Bolivia, but we only had five wet days (3 riding and 2 observing the Dakar). Not too bad! Typically the rain is initiated by ...
... right there from out of the gate (24Bs fared) to the Naupa House Hostel paid (100Bs - 15USD) For two nights.
I wasn't feeling good in that located of Cochabamba's high altitude 2572m/8441ft. I am felt like hungover and light head again. Nap from 8AM to 1PM....have Cafe in hostel, ordered a coco tea good for high altitude heal. Another coca tea. Back to sleep from 3PM to 6PM! My mind is sleepyhead!
shortly walked around city of Cochabamba to be ...
... of work to keep me busy.
First I am working with a school of boys 3 days a week building an epic garden. We are also hosting a "how to" workshop there at the end of the month so we will have even more established gardens, seeds and all. Other days I will be doing a little admin work seeing if I can create a bilingual written "how to " guide for new volunteers/interns working with Alerta Verde ...
... questionable lunch for us, but it was a very nice thought. Throughout the lunch we were all trying to pick the mounds of confetti out of our hair.
As it is a very different living experience than Cochabamba, it has been tough, but equally rewarding working on the school.
We are very excited to be going to see a professional soccer game (on Sunday the 28th) and for next week to continue working on the school and with the kids!
... a shame though, as we quite enjoy the social aspect of hostels, and this seems to be fairly limited in Bolivia, in addition, accommodation here is more proportionately more expensive than anything else in Bolivia. I guess we won't be saving as much money here as we'd thought.
We ventured out into the town, and were confronted with a huge range of street food options, including bbqs, empanadas, saltenas, fruit salads, juices and strange drinks, and much much more. We ...