La Corona Aparthotel
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... there is many plants in the ruins, the fee of the entrance seems to be for something else.
Isla del Sol was more touristic and bigger to recover. I really like it, it will be great next time to stay there for a night or two.
Cory's Dakar Tour 2015 – Bolivia Motors Tour
With the plan for our big Antarctic to Arctic adventure set in motion it was easy to add on a visit to the Dakar in Bolivia. I had to pick up my Bolivian based BMW F800 GS anyway.
I arrived in Cochabamba at 4:30 am on 29 December and proceeded to prepare the bike for its next life. In particular the installation of the Garmin 660 GPS and Baehr inter-com. Four days disappeared really quickly ...
... I do not paid attention what time started to the end.
It was simply awesome panorama view of Cochabamba. I had been standing up there for only fifteen minutes then descend to the ski lift station to pay 6.50Bs......that was fast towarded down 10 mins....then walked back to my hotel after noon. (Hourly religion).
After 2:30PM, open the businesses - walked to the Museum Archaeologial U.M.S.S. (Free fee) no ...
Three mornings a week I spend time working at a school/home for boys called Tiquipaya Wasi. Its about a half hour bus ride one way which gives me plenty of time to text the one person who is awake at a ridiculously early hour.... mom. When I first started at the school I was definitely nervous. Me... new country, new city, new language, building gardens..... with ...
... in several classrooms.
The first day we worked at the school Katy and Craig went off to teach. They came back at lunch and told us that they worked with 1st and 3rd graders, 30 kids to one classroom. They were exhausted. But the next few days we sort of got the hang of teaching, and again Alicia was a huge help since she has taught English before.
The second day at lunch, Geoff and Arvind left the bleachers to play soccer with the local kids at gym ...