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On Sunday, Bolivia will hold it’s long-awaited elections. I’m not crazy about Evo Morales — that’s no secret. Despite my insignificant opposition, though, it appears he will win a plurality (not a majority) of the vote. Whatever happens, it is … Continue reading
There is a small but growing number of interesting weblogs related in some way to Bolivia. Some are personal, some skew political, but I find them all fascinating. Here’s a list of some of those I like best. They are … Continue reading
Well, there’s only two days until Yoli and I embark on our first trip to Bolivia since marrying. Unlike my previous extended trip, this time we will pack very light because we intend to do two weeks of travelling before … Continue reading
Greetings from Mr. and Mrs. Josh Renaud! Unfortunately we never really had a chance to connect my computer to the internet to update the website. We were just too busy! However, rest assured that the week went very well and … Continue reading
I’m dealing with one of those classic “unrealities” right now. Here I am, back in Bolivia after nine months away. I’ve been re-united with the love of my life, I’ve greeted and spent most of the day with my future-in-laws, … Continue reading
I wasn’t the only one who took photos while I was in Bolivia… Yoli took many with her camera as well. Here are a few that she sent to me recently. This photo was taken by a Canadian friend who … Continue reading
Yes, folks, here you go… 29 fabulous photos from the latter half of my trip. They turned out GREAT! I hope you enjoy them.
Well, I’ve been back in the U.S. for a day now, and I’m still somewhat in culture shock. It’s not really severe or anything, but it’s just strange to here in the land of television and very sweet candy. My … Continue reading
I guess I haven’t written here about WHY exactly I’m going to Bolivia. Well, put simply, there are two reasons: my girlfriend Yoli and volunteer work.