La Corona Aparthotel
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... did not get back to the hotel until 7:30. In the dark and raining despite our rules about not doing such things.
Diane arrived at a much more sane hour, 8:15 am on Saturday 17 January. All travel having played out to plan. We then spent 2 days sight seeing locally and further bike preparation and servicing.
All set to start the trip to Santiago on Monday 19 Jan. Aussie BMW is due to arrive Valparaiso on 21 Jan.
... 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 ...
... 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!
... 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 ...
... dropped off our bags at the "guarda equipaje" and waited in a cafe where we eventually also had breakfast. Cochabamba is a lesser known city to tourists which would explain why it is the least touristic place we have been to so far. And I say that knowing that our activity in Cochabamba could not have been any more touristy. We eventually walked through "La Cancha" a massive market where you can buy anything your heart desires and then took a ...