One of the biggest challenges when coming home from travelling is keeping the mentality you have when abroad. But it’s also why I think travel is so important.
Bolivia Travel Blogs
These are all of our Bolivia travel blogs at A Brit and a Broad.
Brianna called Bolivia home for a few months where she taught English and drama to kids in a school, and if there’s a country that’s close to her heart it’s got to be this one.
Bolivia has some truly amazing experiences to offer such as driving across the iconic Salt Flats to cycling down the ‘Death Road’. For Brianna though, a couple of her highlights are going to the Gran Poder festival in La Paz and eating her way around the country. Make sure you check out Brianna’s Bolivia travel blogs and see where it’ll take you in the country!
The food in Bolivia ranges from meat and potatoes to delicious baked treats, and I’ve done my best to try every weird and wonderful thing.
After a couple of classes I quickly realized that teaching drama at the school would much more resemble teaching drama and English simultaneously.
I was back on my old friend the bathroom-less bus again, headed to La Paz to watch the second biggest festival in all of Bolivia: La Fiesta del Gran Poder.
Any traveller will tell you, one of the most important things to remember is to just go with the flow. I am reminding myself of this pretty much every day.
I’ve taken some rocky bus rides in my time, full of delays and manageable to horrendous conditions. However, my first bus ride in Bolivia might take the cake.
I’m about to go into the great, wide open once again, this time teaching a drama program in Boliva, though I have a feeling I’ll be learning more than teaching.