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You know things in Bolivia are bad when even my Nanny who lives in San Antonio, Texas, has heard the news. Bolivia’s president, Carlos Mesa, has offered his resignation to the Bolivian congress. In a television address to the nation, … Continue reading
After having found out that we would have to stay in Oruro an extra day before moving on, we decided to check out some local attractions. The first place we went was the mirador at the top of the Faro, … 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.
On Wednesday we were invited to eat lunch with Glennie and Marilyn Wry. They are my neighbors, physically. Their house is on the ground floor of a 3-story student housing building which is right next the the guest quarters where … Continue reading
I just got back 50 digital images on CD. Oh yeah, baby… 500 megs of photographic beauty. Here are a few for your viewing pleasure. I’m on the roof of a building near the Basílica Menor de San Lorenzo.