La Paz, Bolivia

It’s hard for me to write about La Paz.  Sad news from real life caught up with me, even in Bolivia. So I’m just going to try to write about something happy that made me smile on a very sad day here:

Whilst taking a quiet walk in the Witches Markets, Arnaud and I were met on a busy junction by two lively Bolivians. They were dressed in black and white animal costumes and holding out their hands to us, whilst dancing. Yes, they were real life Zebra Crossings! Literally, that was their job, to escort you across the road to safety. I like living in a world where things like this happen.

The only other important thing to say is thank you A. For my hug,  for making me laugh, for letting me forget for a while, and for just being there for me. x

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