" I went to Lake Titicaca. I like saying Titicaca. We went on an awesome ride. It was a swan pedal boat and I did the driving a little bit. We took a boat to a floating island. They caught the fish and cooked it and we ate it. We bought a lot of stuff for people.Bolivia and Peru were so much fun." - Sofia _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ After having fun saying "Titicaca" so many time before leaving for Bolivia, we finally arrived. A few hour bus ride from La Paz and we were there. We stayed at a nice hotel caled La Cupula. It had a good restuarant and I especially liked and had fun with the meat and chocolate fondou. I had a lot of fun relaxing in the Hammocks and met a whole bunch of kids who I gave pencils to. They were very thankful.
I had 2 favorite things to do in Lake Titicaca. The first was to ride the swan pedal boats. I had so much fun driving. Well daddy did most of the work I got to steer. We would pedal by these cool looking reed boats. I went twice with Daddy and the next day
My other favorite thing was to go to the floating island to eat fish. It was about a 45 minute boat ride to get there. I had fun sitting on top of the boat. We then got to see the fish and watch the fisherman catch the fish. I then watched them flop around and then watched what the fisherman did to them. It was kinda gross but I wanted to watch. Then a woman cooked them up.....YUMMY! We took Jen there the next day as well. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ On the bus ride, I blew my first bubble ever!!!
After 1 more night in La Paz, we said goodbye to Jen in the morning. We were supposed to leave first, but daddy found out that the changed the flight to the afternoon. He was very bummed as that meant that we were getting back to Miami at 300am on the same day I was starting my first day of school. It ended up that the flight was even delayed more and we did not get back into Miami until 530am. But the good thing is that we slept well on the plane and
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...more info
Our Travel Map
Map Legend: 34%, 90 of 263 Territories
Countries I have been
where I was born
Countries Daddy has been
where I live
Daddy has been to 93 countries/territories, while I have been to 52, but I will catch up to daddy, as I am only 7 years old!