Llamas have been domesticated for thousands of years in the Andes and aren´t found in the wild anymore.
(Look for little baby among group.)
Llamas who are well trained are very friendly and pleasant to be around. They are extremely curious and most will approach people easily. However, llamas who are bottle-fed and over-handled as youngsters will become extremely difficult to handle when mature, and will begin to treat humans as they treat each other, which is characterized by bouts of spitting and kicking.
Nexxxt...Bolivia May 23rd 2007 Nexxxt...Bolivia
Bolivia is the second poorest country in Latin America. It has the highest capital city in the world at 3,650 metres (even though Sucre is the ¨legal¨ capital). Bolivia lost its coastline to Chile around 1880 and so is landlocked.
Waitresses and cleaners make half what they do in Peru.
The bus from Puno, Peru to Copacabana, Bolivia was ... read more
South America » Bolivia » La Paz Department » La Paz 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
WHERE THE HELL IS JOHN D?
Points to Ponder:
Even change for the worse is preferable to no change at all. Tom Robbins.
My trip hasn't been about sightseeing (although I've done that) as much as just being somewhere
When I listen to a person denigrating others, I judge the speaker. Let's hope everyone does. [Never judge someone by the opinion of another.
Better to judge the opinion-giver.]
A major source of misery is wanting things that contradict each other.
In the Vedas it's said, "Truth is One, but sages call it by ma... full info