This is the Convent of Santa Teresa, just down the street from my hostel.
Some sort of parade in the main square.
This is a spicy soup is called menudita, which is odd because it means petite, but it's a hearty soup with corn, pork and chicken. The green bits look like green onion, but are actually aloe vera.
This is a free botanical garden. It was a bit run down in places, but still really nice.
Super weird sculptures, I'm not sure if the masks were original or if they were added later.
This is on the ground of the Simon Patiño mansion. Patiño became one of the richest men in the world by controlling the tin mining and refining industries.
This is in the art gallery in the basement of the Simon Patiño mansion. Those are live, uninsulated wires. Something you would never see in the States!
I thought this was poignant as it was right across the street from the big fancy Simon Patiño mansion.
This is charque, which is a kind of jerky served hot, in this case along with cheese, corn, potatoes, and four soft boiled eggs. The eggs seemed like an odd choice... Also who could possibly eat all this food?!
This is Parque Pairumani, just an hour or so outside Cochabomba. It was nice to get out of the city for a little while.