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... in the dark ( it was good I wasn't sober as this was prime snake territory) and headed to the hostel for a good night drinking with everyone. we snuck vodka and beers into the hostel, throwing them up to me waiting on a little decking hanging over the road and drunk with 15 of us in our dorm (we are not aloud to bring outside alcohol in as they want us to buy from the bar ,but as we are getting poorer it calls for abit of sneakiness). Claus the owner came ...
... Bolivia, and that was all it took to turn us back into our old selves.
As for Cochabamba. The name is more exciting than the city. One thing that commends it is its raw reality. This is a functional Bolivian city devoid of any major tourist attractions or tourists for that matter. The plaza is pretty, the restaurants are decent and the climate is pleasant. All in all a good place to spend two days doing nothing.
Santa Cruz and Samaipata
... at the market for lunch. A few people had told us about mani soap (peanut soup) so all the girls decided to try it out, it's as good as we had heard. Now it was time for school and we were lucky enough to have a great teacher called Veronica. We won't go into details, but after 3 hours we were both drained and well confused. That night we ate at home before heading out to a bar to watch a documentary on Chavez, the last president of Venezuela who died recently. We ...
Had intended to go to Tarabuco for the Sunday market but was
told the road was closed all day for some race or other that the president
would be attending.
Instead went for a stroll around the burbs, particularly
Recoleta which is pretty traditional and with nice views. Finally managed to
trade in Peru for Argentina at a hostel there, at ...
I helped cook lunch at my spanish language school for the teachers and students. Me and celine visited the hat museum and factory. I really enjoyed watching how the sheep wool is turned into hats. In the evening we joined a crowd of locals in a government building to see the president of Bolivia. He was in Sucre as part of the celebrations for their Independence Day on 25th ...