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... some of my thoughts for my last blog entry, when I complete this epic trip in four months time. I am going to be arriving back in the UK on the 10th February 2016, nearly exactly 16 months to the day from when I left the UK. I am currently loving life in Bolivia, studying Spanish in the morning and volunteering in the afternoons. Working again and having a normal life routine after 11 months on the road has been great, however, I am seriously looking forward to the ...
... every week. I instantly felt comfortable in my family homestay because everyone was very welcoming and my new home was lovely, complete with a cute white poodle called Doggy! (I love dogs!) my bedroom also had enough space for a yoga mat as well so I was all set for carrying on my yoga self practice. I also quickly established that there was a gym close by to the house, (about four blocks away), so I instantly felt relaxed that I knew my homestay was going to be a great ...
In the morning, we walked to a scenic park in Cochabamba and had a team-building session in which every team member wrote a short note to each of his or her group mates.
The group then went back to their individual Cochabamba host families for one final lunch and a series of heartfelt goodbyes.
After packing up, we squeezed into two vans and headed to the village of Mallco Rancho. On the way, we stopped at a ...
We departed Mauricio and Jucelia's home in Boa Vista, Brazil on Tuesday 7 April a little after 6am. An early start to take advantage of the cool morning.
Don joined us for the first 3 hours to Barau where Colin, Diane and Robin turned North. Don continued to retrace his entry path from Iguazu.
Our first day presented country side and weather very similar to that on our arrival journey. Undulating, green and crops. Weather fine with temperature starting in high teens ...
... negotiated purchasing bolts and electrical equipment with limited Espaņola but great sketches and hand gestures. Cory invited me to their extended family New Year’s Eve Bar B Cue. A lovely family affair where they made this gringo feel really welcome. I left before midnight to avoid the drunks on the road (some 80 crashes occurred after midnight in Cochabamba.
The other 5 tour members arrived by 3 January and we had a quick shake down ride to set us ...
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