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No Kidding! It just keeps getting better here in the land of the not so free! I am staying in one of the two best hotels in the capitol city of Bolivia, the Europa. It is very nice by South American standards (not to be confused with American standards). I paid for the nicest room, a Superior Suite. It was huge and very nice (again, by South American standards). The drapes drooped, the furniture is the kind that comes out ...
... it was hilarious, Vicki and I came round the corner and he was already off his bike holding the pedal in one hand. Chelo laughed and took a photo. This is the second time Errol has broken the pedal off a bike mid ride and the first time it has happened to anyone in Chelo's group. Back in the city we got our free t-shirts and photo CDs and then went our separate ways. Everyone had an early morning the next morning, Vicki and I were off to Copacabana and the boys were flying back to ...
... civilisations here had contact with other ancient civilisations from around the world. It was really interesting. We stopped for lunch on the way back and Vicki and I are a llama steak, it was ok but the lentil frittatas were better. Back in the city we found the Dutch pub for a beer and to check on the scores of the day. Australia lost to Spain, not shocked and Chile lost to the Netherlands, also not a shock. We had the best iced coffee. It was really nice. Nicky and I went for a ...
... We know we will split up after La Paz, so we try to make the most of our last four days together. Unfortunately, partying too hard, food poisoning and altitude sickness, we are all KO'd, in particular me, Claire and George! Not great. Plus, yet more blockades so we couldn't do Death Road. By that time, I was getting sick and tired of all the protests (about nothing in particular it seems) and just ...
... alcoholic president, who when the British ambassador came, made him drink a vase of strong alcohol and then tied him backwards on a horse and sent him to the coast. As a retaliatory act Queen Victoria had Bolivia removed from all the maps of the world. The current president has told the people that eating chicken would make them gay, and manages to juggle professional football as well as being president. On the plus side, he hates McDonalds and ...