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... to just roam free) which, although it was professed that they exist in humane conditions, many did not seem that humane at all – very sad. We spent a good deal of time trying to find the supposedly very good Guarani museum and eventually did – it appeared to be someone's home, and they were not home…How Bolivian!
We took a bus out to Cotoca, a town that Casey had discovered in her research to be worth ...
... After takeoff we kept our fingers crossed that we wouldn't level out in the the direction of the approaching tropical storm, we had no such luck. Much to our dismay we went head on into the storm and hoped for the best, all three of us holding hands as if to say "if we go down, we go down together". There is turbulence and then there is flying through a Bolivian tropical storm in a pringles can with windows, according to the altimeter which I could sadly see in the cockpit, we would drop ...
... intended me not to see or there aren't as many now as the documentary stated in 2004 which was 800 children. My general experience was that it was so dusty. I could taste it for the rest of the day in my mouth, smell it in my hair/hands/clothes, it's gross. We even had protective clothing on which was the fun bit because I got to dress up. However what I didn't like was being paraded around town when buying 'gifts' for the miners which was juice and coca leaves. Bit of cheap ...
... which he had been to before and it as really good. It was so nice to be warm in the evening! It was outdoor, and the food came so quick! I had a barbecue steak thing, with various sides. It was ridiculously big though, I basically only ate the meat and couldn't even finish it! After dinner we went to a cafe bar, for coffee and wine, and then since we were feeling ridiculously sleepy from the boozing in the day we went home. A fairly early night was very ...
... city" it doesn't really have high rise buildings. Catching the taxi out to meet the trufis (cross between taxi and bus) for Samaipata (next destination) allowed me see more of the city which was nice. (I got to see sections where the roller doors were not pulled down.) The people seemed very relaxed and it appeared that many hang out near the streets and/or in outdoor plazas. *From near the start of the entry: I don't know if its the anti malarials making me tired or ...