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Parque Nacional Torotoro Part 1: Getting There

There is nothing quite like arriving at the bus station in Cochabamba before 5 am and getting bombarded with a crowd of people yelling out “Saaaanta Cruuuuz! 653 more words


August came and went

Well its now September and we have officially failed in our bid to post at least once a month. You may note August is missing. It’s just a sad reality we have to live with. 293 more words


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


BOLIVIA: memorias del Alto Perú

Por: Roberto Pazos /
Bolivia es para muchos peruanos un país cercano pero desconocido. El país altiplánico sorprende por sus riquezas naturales, diversidad cultural y crecimiento económico. 1,066 more words

La Paz: Bolivia in a Nutshell

La Paz is an impossible city. It sits at the bottom of a steep valley. Six hundred metres above, on the Altiplano, El Alto spills over the cliffs into the ravine, merging with La Paz. 1,257 more words

Cycle Touring

Photo Friday - Dinosaur Footprint, Torotoro

Today’s Photo Friday was taken in one of my favourite parts of Bolivia – the beautiful and fascinating Torotoro national park. Among stunning landscapes and dark caves, we also saw hundreds of dinosaur footprints, left behind during some mass migration from one side of the continent to the other. 43 more words

South America

Final Weeks, WhAt?!?!

Wow, it’s been 5 weeks since my last post! What can I say…I’ve been a busy traveler during the weekends! ;) And, I am way too exhausted after volunteering during the weekdays to write a blog post….duh jaja! 1,302 more words