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Our plan today plan was to actually leave the apartment but it didn't turn out quite as we planned. After breakfast we were quite productive, washing some clothes by ourselves for the first time. Being quite a modern city and not that touristy we couldn't find any closet washing services on every corner. We were just ...
DO WE NOTICE OURSELVES?:
LA SOCIEDAD – AND A TIME FOR REFLECTION!
The holiday season is upon us. But this year there is not only the angst of buying gifts and attempting to ensure that the children walk away with a healthy meaning of the holiday season. There is unrest in the belly of our society that calls for us to acknowledge and address. Sure there are many who, like in the normal commercialized holiday spirit, will prefer to hide ...
... legal tender. Up until the 1950's Bolivia was producing currency locally, but today it is important from Canada and another country I can't recall. I had been weary about the optional trip down the silver mine as I thought it would be some what harrowing....and it turns out I was correct. We gathered early Saturday morning and were taken by bus up to some homes at the foot of the mine, where we were given hard hats, lights, overalls and gumboots. We then all piled back on the ...
It was nice to have an apartment and put the kettle on while still in pajamas. It was a lazy morning, drinking numerous coffees while leisurely watching the morning traffic and the views across the city to the mountains.
We eventually managed to get out and made our way to the metro to get back to the bus station. Tickets to Mendoza, Argentina can sell out fast and we wanted tickets for Sunday. We managed to get semi-cama seats on CATA bus, we'll see ...
... its been almost a year and a half since I could do this - since April last year, before India and Cambodia.
Not worrying that people are ripping you off - also has been since April last year.
Will miss speaking Spanish. And the cheapness of everything. Pretty scared to go back to Sydney prices..
Bus journeys - overnight or whole day trips during countryside, often with beautiful views, cheap food and drinks being brought right on to the bus to be able to buy - ...