Gran Hotel Cochabamba
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I've had been hard got up at 7:30AM, wondering why was I sleeping longer? I looked at the window....no wondering it's been raining all morning and probably til 3PM to 5PM. These of times will be 100% chance weather condition. I am thinking about to proccess go out with my rain clothe, first has a breakfast pancakes and tea then step out of the hotel.
oh I forgot one thing to tell you, my light headed is gone. I hope, not come back but ...
... have been happier. The roof for the compost site was done, I finished making the worm composting bins, and we had constructed the entire 3-part compost structure. So thankful for all the people that helped make it all happen. Truly the most unique experience ever. I lived with a great family, found new friends, developed favorite places to eat and drink, played in the dirt, learned so much, and even got to go rock climbing. GREAT Cochabamba ...
... Its been over a month now and the garden is looking amazing, getting along with the boys (most days), and I have learned so much. Typically when I arrive I assess the TV situation. My Nemesis. I have learned that if the TV is on there is nothing in world I can say to get them to come out to the garden. So we have a fun game in which I point to the power button, ...
... a short walk over to the entrance of La Senda Verde.
This is the animal sanctuary that Laura and Alyce had volunteered at, which looked amazing. I don’t have time to volunteer there, but I did want to stay for at least one night to check it out. It’s a bit of a strange set up where they do have a few rooms to rent, but they don’t have a very organized way of checking people in or giving out information. I just kind of wandered ...
... the crazy driving in Bolivia is they seem surprised that everyone thinks it’s
crazy. We read in the newspaper that the police had done a 3hr sting on a major
road and they issued over 100 penalty notices. Most people who have been on a
Bolivian road would have expected more, they must have run out of penalty
notice paper! However the newspaper seemed surprised so many had been handed
out as ...