I wanted to leave you with some random photos haven’t uploaded yet. Enjoy! And sorry they are in no particular order.
Dia del Niño (Kid’s day) was last week. They had a huge dance at the school in San Cristobal to celebrate and all the kids were dressed in their little dresses and suits! So cute. They have also been celebrating at the hospital all week…all the patients got balloons!
A beautiful old church in the city of San Cristobal, where we stopped for a break on our trip.
Loved this Bible verse on the menu at Breakfast Noni’s in Uyuni. Made me think of you, Mrs. Shanahan! (Sorry it is sideways, not quite sure how to turn the picture on my phone)
Rock climbing 🙂 On volcanic rock formations.
A cool statue made out of salt on the salt flats. Dakar is apparently a car race (or something) that came through Uyuni. Apparently pretty controversial with the local people because it ruined a lot of the landscape. But the statue was cool!
Judithe in Valley of the Rocks.
At the Green Lagoon (this one is for you, mom, since you have been reading all about it).
From this past weekend. Llama crossing 🙂
I got my picture with a zebra! They have zebras here as a part of “Project Zebra” which was started in 2005. This project employs 250 zebras each year (boys and girls ages 15-23 from the most vulnerable populations in La Paz an El Alto). They mostly help people cross the street, which is great because crossing the street here is crazy. Little kids also LOVE seeing and meeting the zebras (but Judithe might love them even more haha).
From this past weekend. Made it to the top of Fish Island! Incredible views of the salt flats.
My Spanish teacher, Jenny. She is fantastic! I am learning so much and feel more comfortable with my Spanish now than I ever have. Spanish class is always a highlight of my day!