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At last it was time to say goodbye to La Víspera and Samaipata and return to the big city. I woke early and climbed back up to El Trono to try to take more panoramic photos. I’ll have to stitch … Continue reading
We had a great sleep in our little cabin/suite, called “La Sweet” at La Víspera. Early in the morning before anyone else was stirring, I went to the café to see if I could connect to the Internet. La Víspera … Continue reading
Greetings from Samaipata, Bolivia! My parents generously agreed to look after our kids. So for the first time since 2005, it’s just Yoli and me travelling in Bolivia.
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
After several nice days at Cabañas de Traudi in Samaipata, it was time to head back to Santa Cruz — to celebrate Ludi’s birthday.
Wednesday I was the first one awake in the morning. I went outside to look at the Traudi grounds, since all had been dark when we arrived the evening before. Things were pretty much the same as they had been … Continue reading
To follow up on our posting about Monday, we had a really fun time at Yoli’s parents’ house. We visited with three of Yoli’s sisters and their children. Jadzia and Ludi and Josie played well with their cousins, and Don … 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.
Sunday was by far the most beautiful day I’ve had since I’ve been here. It started with a shower — a rain shower, mind you. Well, perhaps it would be better described as a torrent. As I sleep with my … Continue reading