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Inspirations for Post-liberal Peacebuilding from Latin America

The political changes in certain South American countries, including most notably the case of Bolivia, could act as inspirations in the ongoing search for locally grown, hybrid variants of a post-liberal peace. 2,134 more words

Latin America

REVIEW: La Casa Del Sol, Copacabana

This place is a little bit tricky to find, tucked behind the cathedral 3/4 blocks from the main square, but with its amazing owners, manicured lawn and clean rooms, it’s a little treasure! 210 more words


Corumba, Brazil- Bolivia border

Side note: From Pantanal Tour in Campo Grande to taking a bus to Corumba

After our Pantanal Tour in Campo Grande, our travel agency dropped us off at at a point where we waited for a bus that goes to Corumba (20km). 563 more words

Crossing Borders

Time For Some Adventure, Weekend #2

So I’m a little behind on the blogging; there is just so many things to do instead of writing.  This post time-wise happened one week after my… 383 more words

Remote Year

Lessons Learned

Every trip brings with it a series of experiences, mostly good, but not always. And with those experiences come opportunities to learn. To learn new things about a culture, about history, the people, and sometimes even yourself. 431 more words


La Paz, Bolivia: Crib

Welcome to a tour of my La Paz, Bolivia Hotel Room. This is the first hotel, instead of an apartment, so far this year and 50 of the 70 remote year people are in Hotel Copacabana. 42 more words

Things we (almost) avoided on our Perú and Bolivia trip

(This post is a continuation from my post about cultural sensitivity while traveling.)

What we nearly avoided

Ayahuasca tourism is huge in Perú, I would say that it is probably the number three thing bringing native English speaking people to Perú after, Machu Picchu and general interest. 1,238 more words