Argentinian Steaks, Tiwanaku and Bolivar!!!! April 26th 2012 Went out for a delicious meal on Monday - almost couldn´t finish the steak I had, bloody massive!!
Took a trip to the ancient historical site Tiwanaku on Tueday to see ´las ruinas´ that remain of the Tiwanaku civilisation. The pyramid structures are pretty impressive although much of the stone work remains hidden under a great earth mound. However much of the stonework from the temples remai ... read more
South America » Bolivia » La Paz Department » Tiwanaku Bolivia, named after independence fighter Simon BOLIVAR, broke away from Spanish rule in 1825; much of its subsequent history has consisted of a series of nearly 200 coups and counter-coups. Comparatively democratic civilian rule was established in 1... ... read more
Having graduated from university last year and spending a quality year back home in the glorious Lake District, I decided to embark on a cheeky adventure to South America for several months before returning to California, where I previously spent a year abroad studying. Right now I am working as a journalist in La Paz,Bolivia for the English publication Bolivian Express, a monthly magazine on Bolivia, its people and its places. This blog will provide an insight into what I get up to while I'm out here for anyone who would like to know!! I can't guarantee any sort of consistency but I will try ... full info