While working on my Independent Study Project, I found myself spending many hours helping with social media at the Museo de… Read more Global Connections
I’ve heard that sometimes you can meet someone and feel like you’re only catching up from lost time – like… Read more Temporary Sucreña?
The warmth of being somewhere familiar swept over me for the first time in two months. With time, the warmth… Read more Creepy Comforts
Santa Rita (the rural Amazonian community part of my trip): One of the first observations I made (besides the almost-unbearable… Read more Pigs, sugar, and trees! Oh my!
The Lonely Planet: Bolivia travel guide starts with “12 Top Experiences” of the country, with number five (Isla del Sol,… Read more Travel guides suck sometimes, but so do I.
Potosí was deeply impactful and will follow my exploration for the next couple months, likely staying in my life as… Read more Taking Another U-Turn
Potosían society, sick with ostentation and extravagance left Bolivia with only a vague memory of its splendors, of the ruins… Read more Galeano on Potosí
I only have about 20 minutes to write out this post while I have a break in Sucre, so I… Read more The Mountain that Eats Men
It’s always difficult deciding what exactly to write about. I’m trying to make this blog about ideas and take-aways rather… Read more “Understanding” culture
Everywhere you walk in Cochabamba, there is art. Admittedly, some of it is just graffiti tags like you might see… Read more Something better.