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... we could show to the traders. The first guy we showed this picture said, "Oh no you won't get that here [referring to the Mercado Ramada], try Tenchi near Plaza 24 Septembre." Claim disproved.
Not giving up, we switched our focus to electronics. I decided I needed an mp3 player to replace my stolen phone and I bought one of the few available, for less than twenty squid, (although I later found the same model on the internet for £12 so Bolivia is not quite ...
The Bolivian Amazon, also known as the Beni region, is an area in the north east of the country similar in size to the whole of Great Britain. An area of rainforest, jungle and huge stretches of savannah, it is watered by Andean rivers and streams, which become swollen in the rainy season, often resulting in widespread flooding. Exceptionally heavy rain in the Cochabamba region, this year, has caused widespread devastation in Beni. The 19-seater propeller airplane, preparing to ...
... was deserted except for one young man, Oliver, from Denmark, who invited me to dine with him and was able to help translate the piece of paper that served as the menu. He is working toward a master’s degree in Spanish. There weren’t many choices so I ordered the picante pollo (chicken), which came with white rice and some unidentified starch that tasted bad. The chicken was perfectly fine. I had a nice chat with Oliver about traveling in Latin America. ...
... Diablo) which was recommended since we were going to visit the mine in Potosi. Hmm that put things into perspective but will go into more detail later and then someone put on Red Dawn which was ridiculous. But it was the first time that I've watched tv/films while travelling, something I've been avoiding. We did visit the Francisco monastery which had lots of pretty flowers and lemon trees. But it was very plain compared to other monasteries I have seen in South America. The tour was ...
... which is nice and home to the cathedral, which is also nice. Then we have lunch and spend time sorting things out and shopping for some stuff we’ll need. Bolivia is supposed to be cheap – Santa Cruz isn’t. Still, this is just a stop before we head further into Bolivia – next stop Sucre, where we’ll be spending 3 ...