La Corona Aparthotel
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... 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 ...
... have been happier. The roof for the compost site was done, I finished making the worm composting bins, and we had constructed the entire 3-part compost structure. So thankful for all the people that helped make it all happen. Truly the most unique experience ever. I lived with a great family, found new friends, developed favorite places to eat and drink, played in the dirt, learned so much, and even got to go rock climbing. GREAT Cochabamba ...
... Its been over a month now and the garden is looking amazing, getting along with the boys (most days), and I have learned so much. Typically when I arrive I assess the TV situation. My Nemesis. I have learned that if the TV is on there is nothing in world I can say to get them to come out to the garden. So we have a fun game in which I point to the power button, ...
... 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 ...
... We struggled to find restaurants and bars but apparently they are
there somewhere. I think it’s probably a great place for Bolivian’s to have a
good time and live but there isn’t that much for tourists. The main site is a
huge Jesus Christ statue towering over the city and the view to the surrounding
mountains. We decided to head to the capital Sucre rather than stay another day