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My brothers-in-law, some of Alcides’ relatives, and me before setting off on our fishing adventure.
I meant to write about this topic during our stay in Bolivia, but I forgot until recently. This time around, we took an umbrella stroller with us for toting Jadzia. We took it everywhere, but found it didn’t do well … Continue reading
Our last full day (Thursday) in Bolivia was meant to be a day of packing, tying up loose ends, and saying goodbye to family. It didn’t go as smoothly as we might have liked because of the rain.
The last few days in Bolivia I was unable to get to a computer to update the weblog, so I want to fill you in on how things went. In this entry, I’ll talk about our two and a half … Continue reading
Just a little note to say that Jadzia has been miserable company the past several days. She had fever for two nights in a row (the first of those nights being Friday when I was fishing) and a persistent cough. … Continue reading
These are photos from Yoli and Jadzia’s first week in Bolivia.
After successfully bobbing-and-weaving my way around going fishing with my brothers in law for several years, I finally bit the bullet Thursday. Overall it was a good time … the problem was the amount of time we spent.
Sorry it’s taken so long to write, but we’ve been packing a lot into the past few days and it has left me with no time to get into an internet cafe to write. Two days ago, we went to … Continue reading
Well, I arrived safely to Santa Cruz on Sunday night. It was a long journey (go to sleep at 1 a.m. Sat, wake up at 4:45 a.m. Sun), but mostly it went well. It was nice to visit with the … Continue reading