It was another morning that I was up painfully early. So I figured I would go to El Alto, the sister city of La Paz, and see the sunrise before work got started. Plus, for one of the larger indigenous groups here in Bolivia, the Aymara, June 21st is their New Year. Many will go to different spiritual […]
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This was the first week in almost six that I spent the entire time in La Paz! It was nice for the routine, but it’s always a grind getting back into the swing of things. I spent most of the time in an area of La Paz called El Prado, which translates into “The Meadow”. It’s essentially the […]
Well, it’s been a whirlwind the last few weeks with Vegas, Colorado, Utah, and then the last couple. Many of you know that one of my brothers came down to Bolivia to visit for about 10 days. We had a great time visiting the rainforest (Madidi), some old ruins (Tiwanaku) and some mountains (Sajama). All of these places […]
It’s been a great week for the Pidola Team. First and foremost, Michelle is now officially married! A group of us went to Moab (a town in Utah) to help her, Jeff and many friends and family celebrate their wedding. They did a wonderful job with the event, and everyone had a great time… including yours truly. Congrats to […]
Oh, Vegas. I’m back in the Silver State for a website development conference. It’s been a good, but long week already with lots of meetings, sessions, and a few phone calls sprinkled in. For me personally, it’s always nice to catch up with people that I work with on daily/weekly basis. When working remote, I never get that all-important […]
Well, I’ve made the long trip back States’ side, and enjoying my first few days in Colorado. I’m actually staying at my aunt’s house in Conifer, which is a beautiful corner of the world. It’s always nice to spend time here and soothe the soul a bit… can’t beat the views for your morning coffee! We are […]
It’s been a good week, both professionally and personally here in Bolivia. Let’s start with the most important… Over the next few weeks, we’re going to be coordinating a meeting with ABE (our internet provider), Food for the Hungry (a Bolivian partner) and the Ministry of Education. Our goal is to determine how we can align […]
Well, I’m back in the city and have been trying to get organized from the trip to Villa Tunari last week. Lots of picture cataloging, re-writing notes, documentation, et al from those two site visits. The “not very sexy” activities that have to get completed. But we have started the process of getting things moving […]
We had a busy week with a couple site visits. Back in December, you may remember that we went to a few potential project sites near a town called Villa Tunari. This trip we went back to the same town, but went to much more remote locations! The two schools we visited were La Mision, and San Jose […]
One of the areas that I visit the most is a part of La Paz called Calacoto; or Zona Sur. I don’t mind the commute since I get to take the world’s highest cable car system! I head down probably once or twice a month to meet with our lawyers and other partners. Where I live in Sopocachi […]