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Just a bunch of photos I took over the course of Saturday at Don Hector and Doña Lucila’s house.
Friday morning we headed over to the Plaza 24 de Septiembre at the heart of Santa Cruz. The scenic cathedral at one corner of the plaza, the Basilica Menor de San Lorenzo, opened a mirador several years ago. In 2008, … Continue reading
We decided to visit Tio Adonay’s crypt at the cemetery on Wednesday morning. Yoli’s sister Sara came over with her son César, and she would take us there.
We had an all-day picnic today at Corina and Marco’s farm near Urubó. It’s in the same vicinity as the Biocentro Guembe that we visited two years ago, but much further out from civilization. The farm was just beautiful with … Continue reading
Back in 2003 when I first visited Bolivia, I wrote several times about the electric showerheads they use here. The one in my bathroom at that time was particularly pesky. I know I have new readers now who are completely … Continue reading
I was able to borrow a USB cable Saturday and worked on our trip photos later in the evening. I had originally planned to update my previous blog entries with the photos that matched the stories. However it has taken … Continue reading
Thursday morning we decided to take the girls to visit Santa Cruz’s Plaza. A couple years ago they sort of revamped the plaza. They removed many trees and made other changes. At the time it didn’t look so good, but … Continue reading
We spent all day Monday at the BioCentro Guembe, a new tourist destination in a suburban area near Santa Cruz called Urubó.
Quick note: I have posted the following photo entries in such a way so that scrolling from the top of the page you’ll go from our earliest to newest photos. The photos start in La Paz, where our trip began … Continue reading
A view of the temple at Tiwanaku.