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January 18, which fell on a Sunday this year - the Feria de La Papa (Potato Festival) was held in a local small town near Tarija - San Andres. I am not
Hello and welcome to something a little different. One of the most asked questions from kids, teens, and teachers is who are some famous people from Bolivia?
Did you know that the Parque Cretacico in Sucre, Bolivia is now organising tours right down to the cliff face to see the dinosaur footprints up close?
I wrote this last year and I just realized the 2015 Superbowl is coming up this Sunday! And I still don't know any of this! Last night, in an attempt
Hi. The context of this email is my wife and I, who live in the UK, are planning an organized coach tour of Bolivia later this year, the tour finishing
Hello everyone. It's time for our Bolivia Fact of the Week where I show you an interesting fact you probably didn't know about Bolivia. But first, let
Hi there, I will be moving to Cochabamba mid-March for work and looking for advice on apartments to rent, great places to eat, bars to check out, hiking,
My family of 4 is coming to stay with a Bolivian family in Cochabamba. We know we will need tourist visas. Can we just get them when our Bolivian Air
Is there any places that make salteñas and ship them here in the US?
The trilobite was related to lobsters, horseshoe crabs, and spiders. Trilobites lived from the lower Cambrian period to the Permian period 521 to 240 million
Put this Santa Cruz puzzle together online and get more fun Bolivia facts for kids at Bolivia for Kids.
Jaguar conservation in Bolivia: Fundacion Yaguarete, founded by Australian-born Matt Stonehouse, works to help protect jaguars in Bolivia and create awareness about the urgent need to ensure survival.
Hey everyone. I wrote this blog for yesterday. We were going to launch Foodie Friday, but due to unexpected technical difficulties, I was unable to post
WACKY WILDLIFE! Hello everyone and welcome to our first ever Wacky Wildlife post on the Bolivia for Kids Blog. In our monthly posts about wildlife in Bolivia,
As a continuation of my previous post about our first night in Coroico, Yungas Bolivia, this post picks up where that one left off... So when the wifi
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Tomorrow, on January 22nd, Bolivia celebrates Plurinational State Foundation Day. President Evo Morales renamed Bolivia from Republic of Bolivia to Plurinational
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Message for U.S. Citizens – Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) - U.S. Embassy La Paz, Bolivia - January 20, 2015 - As of July 1, 2014, Bolivian
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Foreign exchange students to Bolivia have a lot of questions about living in Bolivia, what schools are like, what is expected of them, what to bring, how to act, and much more. Get answers!
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I wonder if Bolivia would be a nice place to visit and then maybe later settle down. Me and my fiance has been planning to move to other countries. We
Andre blogs about prehistoric animals and dinosaurs found in the Bolivian fossil record. Fun facts about Bolivia for kids, teens and teachers. Bolivian history and prehistory.
The glyptodon was a very close relative to the armadillo and weighed as much as a car. Glyptodons’ backs were covered in armor, and their shells were
If you plan to live in Bolivia you MUST tour through this information and facts about relocating, moving, retirement, adoption, expat living, immigration, visas and more! All from others who live here
Travel Tarija Bolivia. Awesome tours, great climate, pretty hotels in Tarija Bolivia. Tarija travel guide. Personal Tarija hotel and restaurant reviews!
We are looking forward to hearing about living in Tarija!
First of all, welcome to my blog! I am delighted you took the time to be here and see what I have to say. I hope my stories and the adventures of my family
Hi I am from Canada and want to move to Bolivia for 1 year and marry my girlfriend who is from and lives in Bolivia. I am looking for a complete list of
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1. How did you first hear about Bolivia and/or become interested in Bolivia as a possible place to live? I had an aunt (well, actually my grandfather’s
13. For those of you who have lived in Bolivia for at least 6 months, now that you are here, what have you learned about Bolivia that you did not know
Greetings. I did not find the USA in any of the Group 1,2, or 3....this is important information to know for my daughter now travelling. She is a dual
I came here to mine gold in 1991 and loved the country. Returned the next year and helped build a school in Trinidad. Came back and forth for 5 years.
How did you first hear about Bolivia and/or become interested in Bolivia as a possible place to live? I first heard about Bolivia when I met my neighbor
For those of you who have lived in Bolivia for at least 6 months, now that you are here, what have you learned about Bolivia that you did not know before?
Hi! I hold the Hong Kong SAR passport and planning to travel to the Americas. Can I get the Bolivia travel visa in other countries like US, Canada or Mexico?
Hello it's me Kricket and I have some amazing news! We have been running the Bolivia for Kids blog for a full week now. Today we will be talking about
I need to know more about the history of Bolivia.
Hello, I am an Italian student and I am doing a research for University about the Death Road. Could you please tell me how many tourists visit it every
During what holidays are tawa-tawas eaten? I know Three Kings Day, but what else?
Ignore the idiots that reamed you. They are idiots likely travelling on their parents money. They are an embarrassment and should be treated much more
Welcome to the first official blog post for the Bolivia for Kids blog. Today I will answer a question I was asked on last week's post and introduce a new
Happy New Year! Hey guys my name is Kricket. BoliviaBella.com has been online for 7 years now, and to kick off the New Year I will be starting a new Bolivia
This piece is located in Michigan USA. It can be shipped anywhere. It is one of Roberto's works from 1999. If interested, please respond by clicking on
Hello there, Can anyone recommend jewellery stores in Santa Cruz. I want to get some jewellery made. Thanks Hola, me pueden recomendar joyerias en Santa