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Tonight was a blast! First I attended a cooking class at the school. We learned how to make an authentic Bolivian dish called ckocko de pollo! There were about 20 people attending the meal and it was a tight squeeze but it was wonderful. I met a wonderful person from the Netherlands, named Esme, and I got to know Andy (from England), whom I had already met through the school. The two of them were staying in the same hostel, Kultur ...
... are people are expected to understand, and try to save the world around them if they don't even understand their own bodies - their first, strongest and most primal connection to nature? Moreover with all of our world problems being essentially caused by overpopulation, there is also a practical, less spiritual reason to empower people to know their bodies.
I'll let you form your own opinions but this world-wide scarcity continues to grow as one of my biggest ...
... hostel". Traveller land can be a wonderful place and I had loads of fun - I love a good gossip about last night's debauchery over breakfast, but I'm not very good at that sort of life. Now I'm back hand washing my clothes, going outside to the toilet with a sheet for a door, living with 3 generations in the house, sleeping on bed with a 2 inch thick mattress with cardboard underneath, and I feel like me again.
Sucre is the formal capital of Bolivia, that is by constitution, the humanitary, historical, cultural and educational capital of the country. La Paz is the actual capital in terms of government and national services. We couldn't get an actual number of inhabitants. Lonely Planet says 215.000, Wikipedia is outdated and someone here said 360.000. One of the issues seems to be, that people who live and work here, formally live in other cities and go back every ten years when ...
... apparently a rare quality for Bolivians as we had been told several times ahead of the trip).
The first 2 days were spent visiting various lagoons in the middle of the Altiplano as well as random rock formations and most of all loads of flamingos. The nights were spent in very basic but cozy desert hostels. No water or electricity in the first one, and the 2nd one was completely built out of salt…which ...