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... just go for it. I had many new life situations, such as joining the gym etc where I had little to no vocabulary, however, some how I got by in all these situations just fine. I even started to get a kick out of these situations, to see if I could get myself understood! Little by little in my first month in Cochabamba I got better and better with my Spanish, even getting the equivalent of 7 out of 10's in my weekly exams! Volunteering We Are Go! I am not going to lie, my first few ...
... of Urkupiņa, and watched a ritualist perform a sacrament to the Virgin.
We finished our tour with a visit to the main city plaza of Quillacollo, where we visited a grandiose church and had free time to eat empeņadas and churro sandwiches.
In the late afternoon, Charlie and Tom led a group discussion that included tips on breaking the language barrier and interacting with our host families as well as a brief meditation session.
... is the silence. Now I know what you are thinking...how could Kerry possibly be silent for ten days?! Or maybe that you could never be silent for ten days. But the silence, especially after the first day or two, is actually quite nice. We are still able to communicate to the teacher if we have questions about the meditation technique, and can talk to the staff for any other concerns, but never to the other meditators. Other then times when I wanted to say please and thank you, ...
... swimming pool. Lovely but not fully appreciated given the anxiety over next mornings decision.
Friday morning 10 April: Robin and Colin were off to do battle with the Aduana at 8:30 am. He arrived late but we were optimistic after reading the body language. After a lot of fussing and lecturing RG got his paper. Petty Bureaucrats!!!! TOTAL WASTE OF SPACE.
Back to the hotel and on the road by 9:30. Happy that we were on the road again. But the Bolivian's were not ...
... windy, wet and cold). At times we were riding in temperatures around 3 degrees C. and rain run-off meant some tracks became little rivers.
The last day was our most eventful with four minor crashes but thankfully no significant injuries. At one point we had no sooner rescued our leader from the remnants of a mud slide across the road when another of our party glanced off the rails and sailed some 5 feet down into a trench beside the old rail track. No ...