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The Plane is Coming Back?

First, I want to recognize MLK Day and my gratitude for a day of remembrance, action, and unity.

Chapter 3

“I’m here! I’m here!” I shouted as I leapt off the airport go-cart. 1,485 more words

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La Paz and Tiwanaku

On October 20, 1548, the city of Nuestra Senora de La Paz was founded.  Captain Alonzode Mendoza erected “the symbol of royal justice”.

Alonzo de Mendoza square now is located in what was the main existing native village inhabited by Aymaras of Pacajes ethnic. 776 more words

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Blue-throated macaws in Bolivia

This video from Bolivia says about itself:

Alternative feathers save macaws!

24 November 2016

Armonía’s educational program empowers the Moxeño native communities to protect the…

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Tales of the ordinary: Bolivian comb

In the galleries of museums – the almost holy institutions of Knowledge – audiences expect to see treasures, exotic objects, and curiosities from around the world. 402 more words

South America

Back from South America

And I’m back!

After spending two days on a bus (yes, approx. 50 hrs) without bathroom, entirely dependent on Snickers with the inkling fear of getting thirsty (trust me, you don’t want to pee), there is nothing in this world that could possibly make me uncomfortable ever again. 49 more words

Travel

Salar de Uyuni

We were skillfully hustled by sleek Mama Rosa-Maria at Callpa Tours in Uyuni. She offered us a very good English speaking guide. We ended up with a driver, who didn’t guide at all and only spoke Spanish, but also with a group of very charming and fun Brazilian people, so we had a very good time anyway! 501 more words

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Peru to Bolivia - the malice of crossing borders and traveling through time zones

When traveling you need to be aware of certain things that could happen to you. Pickpocketing, you missing the plane, people trying to mislead you. Bottom line, you have to be attentive to a lot of things. 510 more words

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