Camiri must be the Leduc of Bolivia.  The oil industry is commemorized in most of the parks. 

Randy's house, where I have been staying, was originally built for the people who came here to work in the Bolivian 'patch'.  There is not much sign of oil related activity now, other than the statues, apparently all that is left to find is natural gas.  Speaking of gas(oline), it is very cheap, about 50 cents a liter, but it is not very good.

I have been relaxing at Randy's all week, along with Randy, Valentino, and Christina enjoying Yvonne and Christina's cooking.
Tonight (Friday) Randy has scheduled a huge party for the local bike club (motocross competition), which should make for an interesting post tomorrow, if I survive.


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