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... kept us entertained. Back in town we returned to this cafe called Café Metro where they serve an Oreo frappachino that is basically like dessert and so tasty. It was our second one. Patrick and Lydia had recommended it. It was worth it. Twice. Patrick and Lydia also recommended an amazing restaurant called Café Monterosso, an Italian place that was a bit pricier but ended up being well worth it. They had said it was hard to find but I would say interesting to find! There is ...
... girls who barely move because their make up could smear, barely moving their feet because the high heels are way too high to walk in them. But we did have fun.
At 4 am we decided we should go and have some sleep. It was already very empty and people were mostly drunk.
The girl who picked us up wanted to bring us back again. Unfortunately she was drunk.
After battling and finding out there are no taxis on this side of the city ...
... atomos” in any specific way to generate/create any kind of product or material we can imagine.
But when that moment comes, the term ‘imagine’ simultaneously comes into its own, takes its
real value: we project an image and the technology ‘realizes’ this image (outside) by taking a random (?) set of atoms and re-arranging them to fit your projection.
... see a European looking guy or gal, they're probably a tourist too. In a way that's unhelpful because it's us that targeted by street sellers and 'helpful' tourist agencies, but in a way that's really cool, because we know we're seeing real Bolivia and not Europe-influenced Bolivia. In Santa Cruz itself there isn't a huge amount to do, so we just enjoyed being here and soaked up the atmosphere in the streets. Our new Brazilian friends took ...
... I had met in La Paz. I wanted to only do a one day tour to include the salt flats and the sunset at the 'Mirador' (I'll explain that later) as opposed to the normal 3day 2night tour 90% of tourists do. This was because firstly I have nothing warmer with me than jeans and hoodies (and it gets to much colder when sleeping on the flats than that morning in Uyuni) and secondly I had heard that the second and third days were geysers, hot springs and not much else. ...