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La Vigilia

My Spanish teacher junior year of high school was Sr. Diaz.  At the time, I liked him and his class a lot.  He was my featured teacher on teacher night at basketball, and the came to the game!  2,680 more words


The Countdown Begins

March 13, 2018 in the afternoon is the start point of our journey to live in another land. Irene and I, Enrique and Ellie, and our fast growing 9 month old grandson Emiliano will board the plane at Perth. 78 more words


Conflicting Climates: The geography of Bolivia

Bolivia is a central-western South American country. It’s a land-locked nation bordered by Brazil, Paraguay Argentina, Peru and Chile. Although Bolivia has no coastline, it is home to the highest lake in the world, the famous Titicaca, situated 3812 metres above sea level. 424 more words


Day 106-107: Sucre

Proud to say we did indeed make our flight this morning! We landed in Sucre in the late morning and did our own things.

I went to a cafe to FaceTime my family and friends then wandered around the city. 238 more words


Copacabana and Isla del Sol

Lake Titicaca was my last stop in Bolivia. Before I visited, I thought, “It’s just going to be a big lake. How nice could it be?” 396 more words


Day 101-105: La Paz

Leaving Isla de Sol was nothing short of a nightmare. Whether it was the trucha or the soup, Will and I were very sick. With an hour boat ride and a four hour bus ride ahead of me, my stomach kept churning. 587 more words


WANTED: A Juliet for a Pining Romeo

Disclaimer: This post is based on true events. 


Name: Romeo

Species: Sehuencas Water Frog

Nationality: Bolivian

Gender: Male

Title: Loneliest Frog in The World…

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