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... delicious Cantonese food on offer - the only downside being the head-crackingly low ceiling, which we had to navigate carefully. The rain did not subside all day and it was still pouring when we boarded our fourteen-hour bus to Santa Cruz. Allegedly Bolivia's best, the bus wasn't a patch on Peru's, but we had comfortable amounts of leg room and reclining seats. The bumpy, mostly unpaved road unfortunately meant the journey was sleepless and not much fun - although we ...
... in Santa Cruz that we should arrive around 9am but not to worry if we were a bit late. We hit the roadblock sometime before dawn and were moving again a couple of hours later; somehow though, we didn’t arrive until 5pm, by which time Christian was frantic and Sarah had missed a day’s work.
Christian was a great host. He’s a TV set designer and his new show was going live early the next morning. He took us for dinner and then to the studio to see ...
... Bolivia - in the beginning of the annual four day Carnival - has been wild.
In the streets thousands of men women and children are either dancing, eating, or throwing water and paint at each other! Everybody is soaked to the skin and covered in paint.
A great deal of alcohol ensures that folk will really let their hair down. Speaking of which, many people are wearing wigs. Some are spiked or curly, some ...