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Salt, More Salt and a Stegosaurus

La Paz > Cochabamba > Sucre > Uyuni (Salt Flats)

Miles travelled: 744 (Total – 12414)

Nate and I arrived in Cochabamba early in the morning, and had the pleasure of trying to seek out a hostel with nothing more than the Routh Guide which had been proven to be out of date in La Paz. 2,656 more words

Travel

Great Food, Greater People - Cochabamba

Beth’s “three” favorite meals. 

First of all, I am so excited to get this “food blog” rolling! I think that through my summer stay in Cochabamba I realized how much fun food can be not only your taste buds but for forming experiences, creating memories and facilitating conversations amongst friends (of course, the level of the conversation can often be correlated to the amount of wine/beer/Fernet/chicha that is paired with any given meal, but there is no shame in that!). 1,876 more words

Cochabamba

Entering the Workforce

With only 1.5 weeks left in my time at language school, I’m sure you’re all wondering what is coming next. Well, here goes…

Over the course of the last month and a half, I have been meeting weekly with Dan, the director of my program, and exploring many of the possibilities for my work for the next 9 months.  1,548 more words

Cultural Immersion

Parque Nacional Torotoro Part 3: El Vergel Canyon

“Pero esto es mas aventura,” But this way is more adventurous. Our group immediately opted for the more adventurous route back to Torotoro from our El Vergel hike. 435 more words

Wanderlust

Vamos Team Bolivia

After arriving to Gatwick all eagerly awaiting what was ahead of us: three flights, two packed buses, 42 hours of little or no sleep and some strange but amazing Bolivian foods. 361 more words

El compañero Evo Morales!

Leeme en español
Leggimi in italiano

Llegamos a Cochabamba en un bus que tenía que tardar 6h, luego eran 8h y, en realidad tardó 10h30… Llegamos tardísimo a casa de Mariana, la couchsurfer que nos albergó en su casa en Cochabamba. 1,493 more words

Latin America By Bus

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! 645 more words

Wanderlust