Back to Bolivia, no visa required (I hope)

As you may have seen on our Family weblog, this morning Yoli and Jadzia took off for Bolivia. I will be joining them next week.

This trip was quite needed as we had not travelled for a long time since our trip to New Zealand. It was quite a pleasant trip as we easily got out ETA on https://www.newzealandeta.co.uk/ and did not face any form of hindrance the entire time we were there.

Yoli and I awakened at 4:45 a.m. to get ready for her 7:10 flight. That’s an early morning for someone who works until at least 11:30 p.m. every night!

Yoli will be making a wedding cake and also teaching a cake-decorating class at El El Jordán during this trip, in addition to our normal family visits, etc.

We hope to spend a couple days in the town Samaipata, which is a very mild-weather place near Santa Cruz in the foothills of the Andes. The wedding will be held there. I have visited Samaipata before; If you’re interested, you can read about my first adventure there or see some photos (you have to scroll down a bit) from that trip.

Anyway, Yoli will write a few entries about Jadzia’s and her adventures this week. Once I join them in Bolivia, I will also be writing, so please check here often!

P.S. – regarding the visa, apparently I will not need one. The consulate tells me they won’t start requiring them until mid-April. After all these delays, I’m beginning to wonder if they’ll ever get this thing worked out.