Cochabamba

The ride to Cochabamba was looong and tiresome, but we made it their safely, which isn’t always guaranteed when your on a Bolivia bus. We stayed with my grandfather and uncle Pepe at my great grandmothers house.

I haven’t been there in 20 years and I remember playing there as a little kid.
She is 100 now, and doesn’t really recognize anyone. That was hard for me.

Our time there was short, so we jam packed our days with lunch, tea and dinner dates to get a chance to see everyone. I have a really big family and there is never enough time to see them all.

My cousin Marco took us to the Cristo de la Concordia. I was huffing and puffing the whole way up the stairs… More than a thousand I think. I guess I’m out of shape because I was the only one falling behind. It was worth it though, the views from the top are spectacular!

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