Monday, January 19, 2009

Rurrenabaque

Getting my papers checked by Civil Aviation...for the second time in one day. At Riberalta I had already been check by Civil Aviation and Immigration






Being on call to transport missionaries around Bolivia leads to a rather nomadic existence.
A two or three day trip to Santa Cruz turned into a two and a half week stay that lasted into early January. Then there was a trip to Trinidad to check on how my friend Daniel Adams was succeeding with his preparations for a medivac aviation program in central Bolivia. While there I had the privilege of staying with a colporter team working the city of Trinidad in a school building that used to be the ADRA base in Trinidad. From there I took two missionaries back to Guayaramerin.
From Guayara we flew to Riberalta and on to Rurrenabaque surveying the Rio Beni from the air. We marked all the airstrips and communities on the GPS with the idea that we will return to them with the medical team now based in Riberalta for several weeks. As you can see, the roads are rather remarkable in Bolivia, making air transport much more than a luxury. They aren´t the only thing that surprises me here, the coachroach Daniel found was pretty big too.

3 comments:

EEK said...

That's a big bug!

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