- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... a way 6.50Bs. I decided to conquer my fat belly crave to ride the ski lift. I started to move my endurance walking up the stairs, I did counted up to 190 steps afterwards I lost the counts caused I distracted by amazing view of Cochabamba on the below of middle hill :). My hamstrings toward up the shaking and need some rest for a bit (perhaps, 500 steps stop) my mental command me to move my ass out low of number steps....to ascend more ...
... My family decided not to go to the cemetery (I admit, I was bummed) but I spent my morning reading the paper with mi papa. He had his section of Los Tiempos and I had mine, which was all about the significance of each item that is placed on the table to honor the dead. Really enjoyed this simple moment and mi papa didnt seem to mind when I asked for the meaning of a word in every paragraph. ...
As you can probably guess from the title, we are now in cow country.
Jean Carla, our local director, led us to two buses and we took a 45 minutes bus ride from the city of Cochabamba to the small rural town of Malcorancho, after stopping at a super market to get lunches for the week. We all got dropped off two by two to at our host families house and settled in for the night.
It has been early mornings so far, meeting up at Craig and ...
... the crazy driving in Bolivia is they seem surprised that everyone thinks it’s
crazy. We read in the newspaper that the police had done a 3hr sting on a major
road and they issued over 100 penalty notices. Most people who have been on a
Bolivian road would have expected more, they must have run out of penalty
notice paper! However the newspaper seemed surprised so many had been handed
out as ...
... 1.90) and having a one pound haircut. My first in eight weeks. Left it long on top. I emailed a few language schools but I'm hesitant about how much time I want to spend here, although I have no doubt the lack of travellers will make it a deeply immersive learning experience. After a few days, I decide I need to visit the other capital of Bolivia's language schools, Sucre, before I can make any commitment.