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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 ...
... out the 300m staircase climb, and instead took us along the river all the way back to town. The guide must have done the walk hundreds of times as he knew the exact path that was best to take over the huge rocks. We got back into town just in time to catch the end of lunch in the village's market. The market, unlike most of the other ones we have visited, was indoors, much like a hall that they have placed long tables in. Down two sides are small cubicles which the ladies must ...
... I manage to make my way into a cafe like tonight and mooch off the wi-fi while indulging in a cup of yummy coffee
Dinner is pretty lite. More bread or the rest of my leftovers from lunch
Study Spanish and work on ideas for my project with Alerte Verde
* A great deal of texting with Andrew Brown occurs throughout the day
Miss home and everyone but Im happy to be here with all of your love and ...
... 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 ...
... even have original Snoopy stickers inside, kids stuck there back in the day!
My first impression of Cochabamba, as we reached the outskirts of the town, situated on a high plain surrounded on all sides by mountains, reminds me of India. Dirty, people having fly-tipped their rubbish along the streets. Loads of stray dogs picking through the rubbish. Buildings crumbling. Lots of street vendors selling their wares. Generally overt poverty and of ...