Breathless Beauty: Share the secret of undiscovered Bolivia

by Jacqueline McEwan If I’m unlucky my day starts with the electronic beep-beep I loathe. The 6 a.m. alarm ready for a 7 a.m. class. Yes, 7 a.m….the most popular time for classes here, though often it’s only the teacher who actually makes it on time. Possessing the Bolivian work ethic and a desperate need to get ahead of the pack, our students are busy people. Typically 20-somethings still trying to complete their degrees while holding down full-time jobs and improving their English. But I’m only ever a day away from sleeping in on Tuesdays and Thursdays I can wake […]
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