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Musings After A Month on the Road

Time really does fly when you’re having fun. The last 30 days have whizzed by in a blur of mountains, Inca ruins and llamas.

I’m not sure how I expected to feel after a month of travelling – seeing and doing incredible things, making friends with people from all over the World who you may never see again, or who you may bump into a few days later in the next town. 665 more words

Sucre: Bolivia's Capital with a Small Town Feel

After my lovely stay in Samaipata I returned for one night to Santa Cruz, to catch a flight the next morning to Sucre. For the rest of my trip I’d promised myself I would take buses or trains, but as time was tight in Bolivia (and the roads notoriously unreliable) I decided to fly. 774 more words

Going Solo: Fiona 1.1

Fiona Bergman stared out over the expanse of her new neighborhood. Everything here was so quiet compared to living on the streets of Bridgeport. She had grown up without parents, and had bounced from foster home to foster home. 988 more words

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Samaipata: Beautiful Bolivia

If Santa Cruz was a busy, traffic filled, pollution swamped city, Samaipata was the perfect antidote. I loved Samaipata, a peaceful town in the middle of the beautiful Bolivian countryside. 1,782 more words

Singing the praises of singlehood (softly, not too loudly)

Nearing the end of Don Quixote, I’m realizing that I’m avoiding the book.  One night I busy myself with an extensive tea ritual before journaling.  586 more words


Going solo, Wilkins drummer Joe Marini moves to his own beat

In a city brimming with talented musicians, it’s understandable that Joe Marini is relatively anonymous. He’s a drummer, after all, and has been relegated to … 11 more words

First Impressions of Bolivia: Santa Cruz

Unfortunately Santa Cruz didn’t provide the best first impressions of Bolivia.

I hated it.  Is hate a strong word?  Perhaps.  But I certainly didn’t like it! 1,225 more words