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Try Again Tomorrow

“Wala’y utang karon, ugma na.”

I remember we were bringing our boat driver’s wife and his kid to his in-laws’ house. From our trusty riverboat, we disembarked onto a house that had an attached sari-sari store, placed right by the bank of the Adgawan River, all the way upstream in La Paz. 416 more words


Defunct fountains: Bolivia

This waterless but still lovely (marble?) fountain is in a courtyard of the National Museum of Art in La Paz, Bolivia. The photo is a scan of a print from 1999, so rather poor quality I’m afraid. 15 more words


La Paz to Lake Titicaca

La Paz, Bolivia 

After several weeks studying Spanish in Sucre, it was time to be on the move again. We travelled on to La Paz, Bolivia’s largest city and the highest capital in the world. 1,013 more words


The Bolivian Vignettes Episode I: No Water

As you may have heard on the news, Bolivia is currently experiencing a water crisis. I thought I would share the information I have surrounding the problem, as well as our own personal experience with it. 658 more words


Huayna Potosi - There and back again

„I cannot go any further!“ was I talking to myself. Started at 1am from the last camp we had been climbing for about four hours. Air was thin. 1,194 more words


Copacabana to La Paz, Bolivia, by bus

We’ll get to cross Lake Titicaca by bridge said John, after studying the map, his expression reminiscent of our grandson tasting his first ice-cream.

It was time for us to leave beautiful and friendly Copacabana… 787 more words