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After a 10-hour flight we arrived in Bolivia. In the airport, when we went to take our luggage,
we waited for an hour but we couldn't find it. We went to the information desk
to tell the woman about our trouble but she couldn’t find it on her computer.
After a long time searching for it, a guard found it. We spent all the
... with loads of souvenirs and a lovely little Bolivian friendship bracelet as well. Unfortunately this meant the end of our time with Savannah as she was flying back to Santiago for work. So we said our goodbye or rather see you later or even better see you in Iceland - both Savannah and I really want to go and see Iceland so that we agreed it could be next years trip together ;) So Pia and I had a little catch up from our day over dinner before going to bed relatively early once ...
... same. Arrived in La Paz. This place is such a hole. No sunlight gets in. Heaps cold and dark dodgy streets. If you thought Bali drivers were sketchy, oh boy, you haven't seen nothing yet. Constant moving traffic with people using the cars like one big, moving maze. Last night with CEO, "G". Quote from Alexia, G's amazing personality made the group tightly bond which made our trip special. Thanks for making the trip great. Day 73- Death road day. Started the ...
... much bigger than other dolphins and with longer noses and humps, but just as playful and friendly. Five or six congregated around us and stayed for a good few hours in what turned out to be an amazing experience - at times they would come so close and hover so you could put your hand out and touch them, whilst one hovered below Ali's feet so he could almost stand on the dolphin. We soon got used to the little nibbles from the dolphins on our hand and feet though Ali accidentally put ...
... 8 years! They often live in there with their family and have to pay rent on their rooms! They also set up businesses to sell things, like coca cola, barbers etc. we could also see them standing up in the holes in the roof. They make great cocaine in there and will often throw out bags of the stuff to the drug dealers waiting outside. The Cholitas hats was a funny story, they are now very expensive to buy, but ...
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