Hotel Hacienda De Kaluyo
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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 ...
my room is really small and stinks, I don't know what it s the heck smelling. Alike pee on the floor or carpet never clean or vacuum it up. I took an axe perfume spray over all carpet and bed. Better than nothing also, fortunate, I have a window to open a fresh air. Mostly of rooms does not have the windows.
am lying on the bed to read the Internets surfs. Probably I'm gonna sleep soon anytime. Want to get up earlier at 6AM or so. Good Night, Fellas.
We caught a long and slow eight hour bus to the city of Cochabamba from La Paz, which was home to a Christ that is bigger than the Christ in Rio de Janeiro, on a hill overlooking the city. We found a hostel, not far from the market, which became my personal highlight of the city, with its many fruit stalls which served fruit salads and banana splits and milkshakes piled with ice cream and cream, all for less than $2. We caught our first minivan early one morning for a five hour ...
... of work to keep me busy.
First I am working with a school of boys 3 days a week building an epic garden. We are also hosting a "how to" workshop there at the end of the month so we will have even more established gardens, seeds and all. Other days I will be doing a little admin work seeing if I can create a bilingual written "how to " guide for new volunteers/interns working with Alerta Verde ...
... Paz there were
road works the whole of the first 6hrs. It is madness it’s the equivalent of
doing road works on the whole M1 at the same time. Even with all these
challenges it should have taken a lot less time but our driver was driving very
cautiously and we couldn’t work out why. We later found out that the same bus
company (El Dorado) had a major crash 2 days ago on the same stretch ...