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I’m going to be leaving soon. This week I finally collected all the Pokémon documents needed to get a Specific Objective Bolivian Visa. I have to get that type of Visa so when I get there I can acquire a Residential Visa with the whole other set of documents I have also collected. 2,478 more words


Leader of indigenous opposition arrested in Bolivia, claims persecution

LA PAZ, Bolivia – Bolivian authorities working on a corruption case have arrested a top indigenous leader who has been critical of President Evo Morales’ push to drill for oil and develop mining on traditional native lands in the eastern lowlands. 105 more words



I’ve been prolonging this one.  Putting it off.  Procrastinating.

(But actually, even that first line has been sitting there for a few days)

I can’t do it – I can’t write this one.   649 more words


Weekly News Roundup, September 4

People-power and the ‘Guatemalan Spring’

The group connected on social networks and were so incensed by the brazen corruption that they promoted a get-together with the hashtag #renunciaya, hoping a few hundred like-minded people might turn up to demand the resignations of the corrupt officials.  1,017 more words



This website is harder than it looks.

Lets see if we can figure this shit out. 13 more words



In another corner of cyberspace, every week I ask visitors, in English and in Spanish :

At the request of you, the readers, we have journeyed to Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru and Uruguay. 852 more words