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Travel Blogs from Cochabamba
... across our feet. We then went for some food before getting back to the bus station to catch the night bus to La Paz. All in all Cochabamba is a very young and vibrant city that is a lot less touristy than any other city we have been to so far. In addition, Cochabamba is known as the foody city in Bolivia although our luck with food finally ran out in Cochabamba, as we all got sick from our lunch. Let's hope the bus to La Paz brings our luck ...
... dip for Chris and a walk to the waterfall for Lauren. Once dressed we very quickly started our walk out of the canyon as we were all a little cold. On the way up we ran into the same group we had seen at the cave who were on the way down. One of the guys had a flight from Cochabamba at 5pm and it was already almost 12:30pm, it's a 5 hour drive from Toro Toro, we didn't think he would make it. Back in town it was time for a shower and lunch, thankfully lunch was soup followed ...
... Melbourne. The same farms, hills and gum trees dotting the roadside. The only difference is the lack of paved roads and the little, mud brick houses they have here. We stopped constantly to pick up and drop off Bolivianos all a long the route. At one point I had a woman sitting on a stool grabbing my leg, a woman sitting on my shoulder and a man that smelled like rotten friut leaning over me, lucky Vicki had the window seat and a whole lot of space. Anyway to make a long trip short ...
... and had a much needed catch up.
Research yesterday and today meant I’d quickly abandoned the
idea of going to Torotoro – too much climbing and caving involved in the
organised trips and too hard to go independently – will have other chances to
see dinosaur footprints, the main draw for me. ...
... then the small one close to the centre, the only one that even had rocket and parmesan
– the others couldn’t manage any imported cheese whatsoever, just local tasteless
Couldn’t manage to come up with an up to date LP guide in
the suggested bookshops but one had some very tasty quinoa stout from a German
microbrewery which nicely washed down dinner.