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Travel Blogs from Cochabamba
... the city. Initially i was really annoyed but we had a reallly fun day exploring the large and crazy market, the graffiti covered wallls around the mARTadero (a project to encourage new artists and muscians) and the centre of town.
I realised I'd forgotten to write about one of my funniest things to happen with Tigre on my second last days.It had rained a lot the night before so everything was slippery, Tigre was in a massive hurry to get off and hunt the puma ...
Parque Machia has a tourist trail where lots of people come to see the spider monkeys, capuchins, other wildlife that has nothing to do with us and to catch a glimpse of Blau the bear and Gato the puma as they cross the trail each day. Tigre and Millie the two ocelots do not really like people so are kept far away from the tourist trail. Tigres trails are the furthest away however despite this we managed to bump into a tourist yesterday. The first I knew about it was when ...
Today its cold up in the jungle but we at least have a break from the continous rain we've had for the past 3 days. Because of this Tigre and I have only been on short walks when she'll even leave the cage - a few slippery hours yesterday when the rain slowed briefly and then she was very over excited and kept climbing trees and dragging me down muddy slopes. Today we headed out for what I thought would be a long day but suddenly at lunchtime she got scared and ...
Today Tigre is not feeling well and I have the afternoon off as she only wanted to walk for a couple of hours. It's not really all that surprising she is feeling unwell as she caught and then ate 2 snakes yesterday.... I have now been out in the jungle with Tigre for a week and am loving it! For the last 3 ays I have been allowed out by myself and its just crazy - we have been walking for 4-5 ...
So I ended up doing 2 extra days in quarantine with the monkeys as the volunteer cooridinator changed his mind. We are currently short on volunteers here especially longer term volunteers as anyone staying less than a month cant work with the puma, the difficult monkeys, the bear or the ocelots. So those of us who are staying a bit longer are being shuffled so the park can keep running.
I started work with Tigre on Wednesday and Thibaud has been training me up on ...
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