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Finding Jesus - My Visit to Cochabamba, Bolivia

Whilst working in Bolivia I had the chance to do a small amount of travelling. One of the cities that was high up on my list to visit was Cochabamba, and so I traveled there for a long weekend with one of the other volunteers. 625 more words


La Paz Heights

The 11 hours bus ride to La Paz from Uyuni was hellish. The roads were bad, the broken seats did not recline and it was cramped even for a really petite person like me. 1,303 more words

Travel Diary And A Travelphotoblog

La Paz City

La Paz, Bolivia – the highest capital city in the world. A beautiful and lively city that I fell in love with this summer! 32 more words


The road to Cuzco

The ride to Cuzco was lovely. Shortly after leaving Copacabana, our home for five days, we crossed the border into Peru, our third country in South America. 446 more words

Cycle Touring

Arica to La Paz Bus

This was our first bus trip and we’d organised the trip from Arica to La Paz the day before and were all set to go. The scenery was amazing as we were winding up the huge mountains in Chile’s Atacama desert, gradually getting higher and higher above sea level. 355 more words


The Mountain That Eats Men

DJG member Catherine Hendy spent six weeks travelling across South America. In her blog she writes about touring a silver mine in Cerro Rico, Bolivia. The mountain is known locally as the ‘ mountain that eats men’. 311 more words

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Bolivia Pt. 3: The Work Never Ends

I’ve said it before, the work wasn’t easy. We were tasked with building a washroom building, with toilets, sinks and showers as part of a longer project of building a school complex. 535 more words