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Rescued wildlife

The only difference between us was one nuance: they looked a little nervous because they had always heard that these trips changed their lives. I, however, was going to do it because Life had changed me. But everyone's eyes shone with the illusion of doing something nice, selfless and altruistic. It was a Tumaini meeting for travelers going on education projects. I wanted to be there, I wanted to share with them that magical moment of “what are we going to find”. However, and although I always wanted to participate in

Post by Mónica Herreras, project coordinator We are traveling to Bolivia again and visiting new solidarity projects. Bolivia is a country where you can be in cities at more than 4,000 meters above sea level, tour the jungle, visit the world's largest salt flat or be fascinated by visiting Lake Titicaca, the highest in the world. It is where the indigenous essence of America is most noticeable Latina. We are going to tour it visiting projects related to the environment, animals and others of a more social nature. Volunteering in the Bolivian jungleWith Jill, coordinator of one of the

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