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very nice place because it is in the middle of the town everything is in walking distance!
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Today was another jam-packed day, where we visited the incredible Lake Titicaca.
The day began watching the sun rise across the lake from out hotel room!
We first were driven to the Peru/Bolivia border- this was a surreal experience due to customs consiting of three small huts, and some small 'money exchange' counters that were …
... I had heard a lot about this market and needed to see what was being sold there for myself. It was a fair walk away. As I walked, I grabbed snacks along the way. An orange, a strange drink with sticks in it that was a questionably murky beige color and taste like cough syrup and a chocolate bar. A couple stalls were allowing people to sample their Quinoa variety of baked goods. Of course I was keen to try these and the chia marmalades. Yum.
I was a little lost, ...
... kids, and if you can provide a home for them. None of this is easy. It does however feel a retrograde step for the country though. Bolivia was the first country on this continent to elect an indigineous president, Evo Morales, and he was recently reelected. They've had a turbulent history and lost land to all of their neighbours including loss of access to the coast to Peru which they're particularly sore about. Back to my travels now. I was going to ...
Well I am writing this blog post from bed. Bolivia had given us a lot of really amazing memories, and it has also given us a few stomach bugs. And apparently no matter how careful you are, and I've been careful, sometimes it's inevitable. I did tell you last time that they say everyone gets food poisoning once while in Bolivia. Apparently it's my turn. Well we have continued our travels with Janske and Bram (who's name I have been misspelling!) from Copacabana to La Paz. La Paz is ...
... girls shouldn't be in the front". *******.
I did overtake him anyways and soon after that we stopped for breakfast before we drove to the beginning of the real death road.
We weren't allowed to take our cameras out, because we should concentrate on the road and the driving, but they took photos all along which we got on a CD later. Unfortunately they didn't take very nice landscape pictures. I guess it's because they do that every day and ...