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We departed Mauricio and Jucelia's home in Boa Vista, Brazil on Tuesday 7 April a little after 6am. An early start to take advantage of the cool morning.
Don joined us for the first 3 hours to Barau where Colin, Diane and Robin turned North. Don continued to retrace his entry path from Iguazu.
Our first day presented country side and weather very similar to that on our arrival journey. Undulating, green and crops. Weather fine with temperature starting in high teens ...
Thankfully fewer noisy neighbours and finally slept better – didn’t dream I was stuck in a coati cage!
Another long troll round to find a laundry before I could treat myself to a decent coffee and chocolate cheesecake at my favourite café in Bolivia.
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 ...
... bottom of Jonathan’s bag, and two of our three phone batteries had run out. I could think of nothing to do but scream “HELP!” Eli was in tears by this point. I can only imagine what this scenario must have seemed like to an eight year old, 55 pound pipsqueak. Finally, after several moments finagling with his umbrella, poncho, backpack, day pack and phone, searching for the number we had dialed earlier in the day to reserved rooms at Las Hermana’s Hostel, ...
Time for the revanche of Cotopaxi!
1st Day: Arrived at the first base camp 4700m, did some ice climbing training which was really fun.
2nd Day: Went up to the second base Camp 5200m, the view was already amazing. I was so nervous since i could't do the Cotopaxi, wondering if i would to it this time.
3th Day: Woke up at 1 a.m. to finally start the hike up to the top - 4h later the Guide and me were the first ones who reached the top, just in ...
Dear Family and Friends,
The South America team continues to be doing great in Bolivia!
I (Brad) continue to stay in regular communication with leaders Andrew and Jess. All is well!
The team has just completed two back to back home stays. First in Cochabamba, while taking Spanish language classes, and second in the village of Malcorancho, while helping to build a local school. All has gone very well, and Jess will talk more about ...