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Tio

Tio means Uncle in Spanish. He is the god of the huge mine in Potosi. From what I could gather the native indians who used to work in the mine didn´t distinguish between the pronounciation of the "d" and "t" i.e. "dio" for god so he became called Tio. He is brought offerings like cigarettes and strong alcohol at his feet is the dried foetus of a baby llama.
Uyuni (Bolivia) to Cochabamba (Bolivia)

August 2nd 2006
"Fifty years ago in Sucre, Bolivia there lived a very beautiful young lady called Lydia. She had wonderfully large eyes with curly, dangerous eyelashes rather like octopus tentacles. Her legs were also very lovely, almost two metres long whilst her lips were as soft, sensual and moist as raw sausages. In addition to her great beauty she was also very intelligent, she spoke five languages and was ... read more
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Bolivian Flag 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
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