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Trekking the Cordillera Real (subtitle: "Cold Mountain")

I hate camping. There, I said it, and now everyone knows the ugly truth. Just because I love the outdoors—just because I love hiking, trekking, and outdoor sports—it does not follow that I must also love camping. 2,656 more words


To Try Bolivian Cuisine, Go Underground: Checking Out 'Bolivian Llama Party' At Turnstyle In Columbus Circle

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Beneath the streets of Manhattan, a restaurant hidden in a subway station serves foods you may never have heard of.

The setting is Turnstyle market at 59th Street–Columbus Circle, a subterranean center offering on-the-go shopping and dining to busy commuters. 562 more words


Salar de Uyuni: Day 3 (and a birthday)

5am came around too quickly; no sooner had we rested our heads on our pillows were our alarms waking us up. I’m sure Lizzie would’ve taken a birthday present of an extra hour in bed but our guide was very stern and neither of us wanted to be late! 821 more words

Practicing Agro-forestry in Combuyo, Bolivia.

It has been a whirlwind of a summer with lots of fieldwork, conferences and consultancy projects. As a result, this blog has been rather quiet! The start of the academic year is approaching fast, so I’m taking advantage of the relative quiet to post a few updates here. 851 more words

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