Monthly Archives: August 2012

Somewhere between 10 and a million hours

Im sitting on the dirt road outside my dirtier bus wondering, ´What the hell was I thinking?´ Its 2:30 pm, 28 hours into my bus ride that was supposed to be 18. My destination, La Paz, is nowhere in site. … Continue reading

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Pampas & Beer

So besides drinking fresh squeezed OJ and watching babies ride on motorcycles, I also went on a pampas tour in Rurrenabaque. There are two basic options for treks in Rurrenabaque, pampas or jungle. Pampas involves riding a boat down the … Continue reading

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BYOB

After all of my adventuring, I was ready to take a vacation from my vacation. An Amazon Basin trip?? Yes pleaseeeee. One of my main draws to Bolivia was the close access to the Amzaon Basin. Bolivia also happens to … Continue reading

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El Camino de la Muerte

After learning my lesson on Volcano Misti, I decided to stick to activities I was more qualified for in Bolivia…like mountain biking. My lucrative bike career started young when I quickly graduated out of training wheels. I could even ride … Continue reading

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Volcano Misti.

After hiking the Inca Trail and trekking Colca Canyon, I got a little cocky about my ability to handle mountains and altitude. So when I got back from Colca Canyon, I immediately signed up for the two-day trek to Volcano … Continue reading

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Juanita and Juanito

For this blog, I want to introduce you to the two most fascinating people I have met in Arequipa, Juanita and Juanito. First off, Arequipa is a beautiful city 8 hr by bus south of Cusco. Set in front of … Continue reading

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