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La Paz 

I’ve rather lost track of this blog, recently, sorry for my radio silence – but I’ll try to recap the last few stops as best as I can. 380 more words

Travel Photography

​Hiking in the Cordillera de los Frailes 

Not too far from Sucré, there is an old Inca trail with some stunning landscape according to the Lonely Planet Bolivia. Some Google research shows it’s indeed beautiful and I have to go there ;-) … 1,697 more words


63 Kilometers into the Yungas of Bolivia

Google Bolivia, and amongst some of the first things you may read is that up until a new road was built in 2007, Bolivia was home to the World’s Most Dangerous Road. 1,507 more words


The Beyond Of My Atacama

You are the beyond of my Atacama.
The deeper of the blue of my sky.
The dark of the shadows of my clouds.
The sharper of the edge of my wind. 112 more words


Reasons to Riot

In response to learning about the riots in Bolivia, here are ten understandable reasons to riot:

  1. When The Simpsons has been moved to a different time.
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A beautiful town to forget time: Sucré. 

Arriving in Sucre in the evening I only make it to the hostel and sleep. I am really happy to meet Chris and Mim again, having booked the cozy hostel Beehive as I knew that’s where they stay. 775 more words


Public Service is Local and Global for 2017 Leo T. McCarthy Award Winner

Sonia Hurtado Ureno, Sociology and Latin American Studies ’17 2017 Leo T. McCarthy Award for Public Service Award Winner

My identities as a low income, first generation Latina have heavily shaped my experiences navigating the K-12 and higher education system. 357 more words

Leo T. McCarthy Center (LTMC)