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WTBD Yaks from Bolivia

Bolivia: Spirit of the Andes

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Food and Dance

Julia, Participant

Hi, I’m Julia and I’m excited for our trip! I found a dish called buñuelos which are similar to donuts, and can be sweet or savory.  I also found a type of afro-Bolivian music called ‘saya’.......Read More

WTBD Yaks from Bolivia

Bolivia: Spirit of the Andes

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Departure Day Details & Reminders!

cusrey, Dragons Admin

Dear Dragons Students & Parents, Your journey is right around the corner and we can’t wait to meet you! Below is a reminder about your day-of travel details. Should you need to reach our staff during students’ travel days (both during AND......Read More

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Humintas al Horno & Munasquechay

Lia Silberberg, Participant

Hi, I’m Lia. I live in Jackson, Wyoming.  I thought I would tell y’all about myself.  I love playing hockey, running, hiking, skiing, snowboarding, and going on road trips. My older brother did a 3 month Dragon’s program in......Read More

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Saltenas & Diablada

Ivan Garcia, Participant

Hi all, My name is Ivan and I am very much looking forward to our time together in Bolivia! Here is my pick of a common dish and song found in Bolivia. Saltenas are a common dish throughout the country, and are essentially baked empanadas. Inside,......Read More

WTBD Yaks from Bolivia

Bolivia: Spirit of the Andes

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Pre-Course Task

The Instructors, Instructor

Hey everyone, As our time in Bolivia draws closer we’d like to start warming up and preparing ourselves for what lies ahead. Two big parts of every culture are food and music, they’re generally fundamental to people across the world and Bolivia......Read More