I wish to participate in the Quaker Service and Study Tour of Bolivia ____________. I understand that I will be asked to sign a legal waiver of liability and will be responsible for obtaining medical advice regarding the effects of altitudes of 12,500 feet or more.
My $150 US* non-refundable deposit is enclosed, as part of the total cost of $1300**.
I want to pay $155 additional supplement for a private room in Bolivia. Yes ____ No ____
Please send information on Machu Picchu and other extensions to this email. ________________________________
Name on passport: _______________________________ Passport # ______________ US/UK/IE ____ Birthdate _________
Home address: _________________________________Phones.________________________ Email: _______________________
Occupation: __________________________________ Previous career, if retired _____________________________
Languages spoken: (Spanish not necessary, but helpful.) ___________________________________________________________________
Special interests: _________________________________________________________________________________
Emergency contacts: ______________________________________________________________________________
Signature: ________________________________________________ Date: ______________________
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*Contact us to make arrangements for payment in another currency.
** Prices based on double occupancy with minimum group size of 10.
Mail completed form, or email the information to:
Treasures of the Andes
8290 Appian Way
Sebastopol, CA 95472 USA
Tel. 707 823-6034 (PST; GMT-8 hrs)
Contact us for extensions including Machu Picchu, Peru, or Amazon basin, or world’s largest salt flat, and more.
Barbara Flynn, tour leader and organizer, has lived and worked in the Andes, and led service and study tours to Latin America for 25 years. As a Spanish teacher and student of Andean culture, she documented the role of indigenous leaders in Bolivia’s return to democracy in the early 90‘s and has followed the transformations of Bolivian society since the grassroots movement in 2003 that resulted in the election of Evo Morales in 2005. As South America’s first indigenous president, Evo has spearheaded the end of 5 centuries of virtual apartheid and promoted dramatic social and economic changes, especially encouraging local community responsibility and initiative.
Many personal connections add depth and texture to your travel experience.
If you have come to help me you are wasting your time, but if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.
Barbara with Eusebio Jallurana, houseparent at the Student Residence in Sorata.