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The Bolivian Welcome Party

September 12th, 2009 by sunflowers

There are some days that are perfect. I headed out from Puno to La Paz along Lake Titicaca feeling pretty lucky that I was able to do this trip. Watching the women working in the fields along side the lake, watching the mountains in the distance.

When I first started planning this trip I was going to buy a bike off a guy who was riding from the US down until his father emailed me to say that he had a head on with a truck in Bolivia and was pretty broken up but alive. Then someone emailed me a blog of someone doing this trip and they had just had an accident in Bolivia and broke their leg.

As I am a bit of a weekend long distance rider I wasn’t really looking forward to the rough roads of Bolivia so between that and my sister being here I am going to leave my motorbike in La Paz and travel on bus for a while. So the motorbikers that I emailed about storing my bike in La Paz rode out to meet me just after the Bolivian border and I had my own personal escort into Bolivia. With a delicious trout meal along the way. Thanks to Alfonso and Oscar for organising!

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One Response to “The Bolivian Welcome Party”

  1. Ian N Says:
    October 3rd, 2009 at 2:23 pm

    I love the picture of the bus on the boat!

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