Hotel Regina 3
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... and good fortune. There was a hotel (Pousada) right across the street. The proprietors turned out to be really helpful. Firstly with changing Colin's tyre (to avoid tax on arrival into Bolivia???) and then with a lift to a local fish restaurante. Fantastic meal at a very low price.
Wednesdays ride was through flat terrain. Initially predominantly forest and beef (Bramha) farming.Then as we got closer to Bolivia we encounter the wet lands of the Panatal. The last hour ...
... dinosaur footprints that were supposed to be close to town. We thought we had found them fenced in just outside of the bridge into town. We found out later that these weren't the footprints and that we were looking on the wrong side of the road. So I don't know what we were looking at, cracks in solidified mud I guess. You are supposed to have a guide to visit everything in and around Torotoro so it is common for tourists to gather outside the guides office each morning and ...
... give the finished compost to local families to use to grow awesome organic crop which they can then sell to the same restaurant at a set fair price. Sweet?! Totally. Wish me luck!!!
Living with my host fam has been great. We are all busy so during the week we pretty much just see each other for siesta (lunch). I have met some incredible people over this last month and cant wait to see more of Cochabamba!
... The status is actually several meters larger than the one in Rio. I'm actually kind of shocked at how small the Rio one is, I had imagined something much larger.
After a late lunch, we headed to the staff office for a rest, goodbyes, then a ride to the airport. Dennis departed toward Santa Cruz to catch the AA flight back home while Kevin and I made a return to La Paz for ...
... the crazy driving in Bolivia is they seem surprised that everyone thinks it’s
crazy. We read in the newspaper that the police had done a 3hr sting on a major
road and they issued over 100 penalty notices. Most people who have been on a
Bolivian road would have expected more, they must have run out of penalty
notice paper! However the newspaper seemed surprised so many had been handed
out as ...