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... as the Plaza 24 de Septiembre. We took a stroll there, looking for a non-existent Infotur and another booking agent, also not there (Lonely Planet lies again). We took in the sights when we arrived at the Plaza, immediately climbing the bell tower of the San Lorenzo Cathedral in the square, for a pretty view over the city. Next we ate empanadas in the Plaza, whilst people and pigeon watching. We finished our evening by going to the Irish Bar on ...
... to Santa Cruz would be much easier. The container of 280 custom built wheelchairs sits in its container at the port in Lima with no one really knowing when it might be released. Incredibly disheartening news for the fourteen of us who are all now here and eager to make the lives of 280 individuals and their families much better. We agree to carry on with our intended agenda which was to take in Carnival in Santa Cruz as planned and now hope ...
... and Lydia's words on my head. I told Mark I would go but only if we went with Big Deal tours. They were the company recommended in both our books. After they warned you of the lack of safety in the mines and said, go with a good company. So we booked with Big Deal. The next morning after as much breakfast of bread with butter and jam any person can eat, we headed to the tour. Our first stop was at the miners market which is apparently the place miners stop each morning to get ...
... temperatures year round. It is also known as "La Llajta", "town" in Quechua.The city is host to the first World People's Conference on Climate ...
... required number of passengers to assemble and we were ushered to a battered Toyota estate, typical of taxis in Bolivia. The fact there were five of us didn't really register when Edgar shotgunned the front seat. Like a gentleman I allowed the two Spanish girls and a bloke in to the car before me. Turned out I would be sitting in the front seat after all - Sharing, cheek-to-cheek with Edgar. The three hour journey on Bolivian Roads was every bit as uncomfortable as ...