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Don’t flush the toilet paper! – Access to basic services in Bolivia

Moving to a new country is never easy, but it’s a lot easier if you have the “creature comforts” from your home country. It can be a big adjustment to go from living in downtown Toronto to living in a … Continue reading

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No electricity? How would I even survive?!

If you’ve followed my blog for awhile, or if we know each other in real life, you’ll probably know that most of my travels take me to “developing countries”. While I don’t love this term, I realize that it’s the … Continue reading

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No Running Water – Drought in Bolivia

South America is not usually big on the news, so I find that my friends in North America and Europe don’t often know what’s going on in Bolivia.  People hear about “drugs in Colombia and Mexico”, crazy parties during Carnival … Continue reading

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A new place to live

As most of you know, Mike and I were forced to leave our first home unexpectedly (to be discussed in another post)!  However, we are now in a new home and finally starting to feel all settled in again! I know … Continue reading

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