Bolivia - Rurrenabaque and the Pampas November 2nd 2009 Hi it is Nitzan and I am going to write a long blog.
From La Paz we drived 20 hours in a bus to a small town called Rurenabaque. There we found a hostel that was full of Israelis but we had no choice. The next morning we found an agency to go to the Pampas.The Pampas is a kind of a savanna.The next morning we woke up early and got on the way with our group to the Pampas. We drived in a jeep f ... read more
South America » Bolivia » Beni Department » Rurrenabaque 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
We are now back in our beautiful country Israel. In this blog, we have recorded our wonderful experiences from a year of travels and backpacking in South america as a family.
When we left for the trip these were our mission team members:
Tal (41) is leading the way.
Lilach (38) is taking care of the organizations.
Nitzan (10) is in charge of making sure mom and dad do not loose it...
Omer (7) is in charge of the curiosity
Shachar (4) is responsible for making us all laugh
Upon our return, and to help others, we have created a new web site about travelling with children. Visit us on[... full info