|The Temple in Cochabamba is so beautiful at night.|
They were doing a lot of work on the grounds, the inside
and they were just finishing painting the outside.
|We are looking down at LaPaz. This is the main road from the Airport.|
There were heavy clouds that first morning. LaPaz sits in a valley
with high mountains on each side. The homes are built up high on the
|These buildings were across from our Hotel. LaPaz had a lot|
of cars and people. It is a very big city.
|These zebras were everywhere. They were doing advertising for|
cell phones. They were thanking the people for visiting LaPaz.
|The first place we visited was called The Moon Valley. |
This man is standing on some of different
rocks formations and playing flutes and tamponos.
|We visited a great scenic view area next. It is called|
Quilli Quilli Look our Point. This is our group.
You can see some of the downtown business area. This is looking
down the valley.
|We visited a musical museum. There were many different|
instruments. This is a mask they wear during some of
their dances and celebrations.
|This wall displays all kinds of different hats worn by Bolivians.|
That is a guitar/violin instrument on the table.
|Lloyd and President Crayk walking down Sagarnaga Street.|
There was a famous battle fought here between the National
Police of Bolivia and the Army. We are not sure what
they were fighting about.
|We visited some Catholics churches also. The|
stained glass is beautiful in many of them
They allowed pictures in this one.
|We visited an area where they make reed boats. This man|
is laying our the reed and tying them together.
|This a reed boat. It looks like is got a new head.|
This was our first view of Lake Titikaka. It
|Lloyd and Kristie's first ride on Lake Titikaka.|
|This is Paulino Esteban. He is famous for building reed boats.|
You can see a small scale reed boat in front of him.
|We stopped at this restaurant to have lunch. The couches|
are made from reeds. We had fried trout from Lake Titikaka.
It was very tasty.
|A view of Lake Titikaka from the restaurant where we had lunch.|
|Lloyd and President Crayk had fun deciding the best|
way to wear their caps and Bolivian stocking hats.