I hope you all have a good week, and I will talk to you all soon!
I asked Brad what he thought of the food now that he's been in the country for a while.Bolivian food really isn't bad, from what I have had. To be honest it has probably cleaned up my diet, at least the way we eat in Quiriza. All Natural. But it is always, always like this: You work or finish whatever you are doing, pull up a tree or a comfy looking rock, they bring massive pots of soup, then we eat soup, and then they have a bowl of rice with some mystery cut of meat that they give us with some sort of mystery sauce. I find it better not to ask the source. I know I have eaten the face meat of pigs and stuff, and chicken feet, and llama and donkey. The food here generally lacks flavor, but it isn't bad. Just not great, lol.
Brad sent this to Katherine...
Three days ago we were walking to back to Quiriza from one of our other villages, about an hour away even on foot. And it started to rain hard. I was soaked from head to toe, the waterproof boots are kind of water proof, I realized. But much more comfortable than the others, I have decided. And there is one or two dogs in Quiriza, and when ever we walk past them, they will walk with us for hours to the other villages, wait for us in front of whichever house or hut, and go to each lesson with us. Just little mutt dogs, but they are cool.