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    [post_content] => Dear family and friends.

The Andes group is off and they should be in Bolivia soon. Watch for a post to announce their arrival in country.

Best,

Dragons Admin
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Andes and Amazon in the air!

Eva Vanek,Andes & Amazon, Andes & Amazon B

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Dear family and friends. The Andes group is off and they should be in Bolivia soon. Watch for a post to announce their arrival in country. Best, Dragons Admin

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02/9/15

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    [post_content] => Dear friends,

Welcome to the Andes & Amazon Spring 2015 Semester!  I hope this letter finds you enjoying the cool winter days and cheer of the holiday season.  As we begin to look towards the spring I imagine that flutter of excitement has begun to take flight in your stomachs, provoking daydreams and questions about the journey to come.

In just under 8 weeks you will step off the plane at the El Alto Airport, the highest international airport in the world, to the embrace of your instructors and a magical journey that will challenge and change you in marvelous, unforeseen ways. As you begin to prepare for your semester in Bolivia and Peru I invite you to use this space, the Yak Yak board, to begin to build community with your instructors and fellow students and voice any questions or concerns you may have. Both in the pre-course process and during course this will be an important venue for getting to know each other, sharing information, and then translating your journey to friends and family back home. I encourage you to make use of this forum to set intention and build motivation for your upcoming adventure.

Here I would like to introduce myself as well as share a few things with you about our course.  The Andes and Amazon program is very close to my heart, and I honor each and every one of you for your courage in signing up for an experience of this kind.  With Dragons we strive to step off the beaten path, to jump into the unknown and embrace dramatic places and breathtaking landscapes.  In this process you will be immersed in the magic and beauty of South America.  You will also discover valuable things about yourselves.   I congratulate you in taking that important and brave first step!

I will be the Program Director on your upcoming semester, helping to guide your experience and serving as logistical support on the ground. In time you will get to know your three fabulous instructors, but in the meantime I invite students and families to be in touch with me with any questions or concerns. I have been closely involved in the design of our course and would be more than happy to respond to questions about packing or reading ideas, what to expect in Bolivia and Peru, or just chat about the amazing places you will have the opportunity to visit.

The Setting:

As I sit down to write this, the air is filled with summer birdsong and rays of sun soak up the humidity of fresh rain.  Outside my window in Cochabamba, Bolivia, the mountains that ring the city are turning a deep shade of green, and summer crops are quickly maturing in the countryside; tall stalks of Andean corn, the delicate purple and white flowers of potatoes, and the spotted blossoms of fresh fava beans dance across the landscape in the afternoon breeze. Soon, the markets will be overflowing with ripe mangoes, sweet peaches, and giant avocadoes in the wake of spring rains. Summer is flourishing in the Andes, and soon you will be here to soak up the lush green valleys and snow-capped peaks of my adopted home.

This time of year marks colorful holidays festivities and preparations for the coming harvest and Carnival season.  Bolivia hosts the third-largest Carnival celebration in the world, made up of dozens of folkloric dances and vibrant, complex costumes that highlight the great cultural diversity of this part of the world.  The Carnival holiday this spring falls mid-February, and you will witness the eruption of color and festivity that will fan across Bolivia in preparation for this important Andean celebration.

Bolivia and Peru are known for being lands of extremes; massive snow-capped peaks descend at an astonishing rate into the lush lowland tropics, where rivers function as the only roads and jungle communities live much as they did 500 years ago.  Bolivia is home to the family of Simon I. Patiño, a decadent tin baron and one of the wealthiest men of all time, in addition to claiming one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world.  It is these extremes that make this region of the world a fascinating and sometimes tragic place of study.

The setting for your course will be the city of Cochabamba, situated in the heart of Bolivia in an agriculturally-rich valley between the high Andes and the lush Amazon below.  At 8,500 feet, Cochabamba is sheltered by mountains on one side and boasts a temperate climate year-round.  You will be visiting during the rainy season, harvesting time on the agricultural cycle and a period when the landscape explodes with life.  Temperatures in Cochabamba, where you will be participating in your longest homestay, will be in the mid-seventies during the day but expect cool nights and a lot of moisture.  Be sure to bring a sturdy rain-jacket!  By the last month of your course the rains will begin to clear, the perfect time to head out on extended treks in the highlands.

Known for its vibrant political activism, Cochabamba is an ideal place for delving into Independent Study Projects, daily Spanish classes with our excellent local teachers, and nestling into life in a semi-rural Quechua community where our Program House is based.  You will spend approximately four weeks of your course living with a local family outside of Cochabamba, an extremely rewarding opportunity for getting to know a local community and immersing yourself in the culture.  From Cochabamba you will depart on extended excursions – into the high Andean peaks, around Lake Titicaca to the historically vibrant landscapes of Peru, and down into the lush Amazonian tropics.  Your journey will be highlighted by the extraordinary diversity – cultural, political, spiritual and ecological – that defines this region of the world.

A bit about me:

I first came to Bolivia as a young girl and have been captivated by this part of the world ever since.  In addition to my work with Dragons, I have worked as a Program Coordinator for the Foundation for Sustainable Development in Cochabamba, have participated in a range of sustainable development projects across Latin America, and have led experiential learning programs on three continents. After completing my Masters degree in Development Studies I moved back to Bolivia in 2009 and have built a long-term home here.  The year 2014 marks my fourth year with Dragons and the Andes & Amazon program, and this work continues to nourish my enduring passion for learning, adventure, and personal discovery.

A magical world awaits you; a world of endless beauty and adventure, of life-long friendships and personal discovery, of shamans and ceremony, jungle and laughter, of dizzying peaks and profound questions. This world awaits you, but it is also a journey of your own making. I want to encourage you to make the most of this dazzling opportunity. Your time on course will be both a gift and a challenge. It is my hope that each of us may embrace this gift with humility and gratitude, with an open heart and eager mind, and with intentionality for a powerful and successful experience. I assure you, you will not regret it.

 

Un abrazo,

Julianne Chandler

Andes & Amazon Program Director

andesandamazon@wheretherebedragons.com

 

 

 

 

 
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A Warm Welcome from your Program Director

Julianne Chandler,Picture of the Week, Andes & Amazon B

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Dear friends, Welcome to the Andes & Amazon Spring 2015 Semester!  I hope this letter finds you enjoying the cool winter days and cheer of the holiday season.  As we begin to look towards the spring I imagine that flutter of excitement has begun to take flight in your stomachs, provoking daydreams and questions about […]

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12/13/14

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Julianne Chandler

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It’s great to have the yak boards coming alive! This is a very exciting time of year for all of us, and while we know that you are anxious to meet your traveling companions, we have a request for you: please don’t direct your fellow travelers to social-networking sites before the course. Let us explain: our interest here at Dragons is in providing you with the best experience possible, and over the past 20+ years, we have learned that you will get the most out of your Dragons program if you’re able to make fresh introductions on the day that your course begins. We welcome you to introduce yourself here, and we hope that you will use this site to voice your goals and ideas for this course and to begin forming a group identity.  But we’d like to avoid students forming any sort of “cliques” online before even departing on this program. We certainly know that you can all find each other on Facebook quite easily, and while we cannot (and don’t want to) forbid such networking, we encourage you to abstain from doing so and invite you to show up to meet your group without pre-judgment and with a willingness to expose yourself to everything new, different, wild and other. We wish you the best as you prepare for your adventure!

Sincerely,

The Dragons Admin
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Social Networking: A Request from WTBD

Dragons Administration,Andes & Amazon B, Central America, Andes & Amazon, China, Himalaya A, Himalaya B, Indonesia, Visions of India

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To all Participants: It’s great to have the yak boards coming alive! This is a very exciting time of year for all of us, and while we know that you are anxious to meet your traveling companions, we have a request for you: please don’t direct your fellow travelers to social-networking sites before the course. […]

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12/12/14

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Dragons Administration

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    [post_content] => Welcome to your Where There Be Dragons Yak Yak bulletin board! As you’ll soon discover, this board is a valuable forum for self-introductions, for building community, and for addressing any and all questions that arise during the upcoming months.

Until the start of your course, this will be THE place to find important notices related to your course’s development and itinerary design. It’ll also be the place to learn about your fellow students and instructors. So please, post a personal introduction! It may reflect any number of things about you, like your interests, reasons for choosing Dragons, independent study considerations, or any other thought or inspiration. Please also consider posting your packing and prep-related questions here. Don’t be shy – if you have a question, it’s likely that someone else in your group has been wondering the same thing! Your instructors have a lot of experience and many, many tips that they’re excited to share with you. So please, ask away.

Setting up the Yak board, in many ways, marks the start of your course. It’s the first step in establishing the community that will support you throughout the journey that lies ahead. Together, you will learn to walk, dress, eat, talk and think in an entirely new way. You will see landscapes that will cause your jaw to drop, and meet people that will touch, change and inspire your life forever. Although your course’s official start date is two months away, we would like to remind you that your adventure actually began the day you made the choice to join Dragons. Choosing to make your dream a reality took immense amounts of courage, and all of us congratulate you on taking that first–and most important–step.

Welcome to Dragons. We’re excited to share in your adventure!

Sincerely,

Dragons’ Administrative Staff
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Welcome to your Yak Board!

Dragons Administration,China, Andes & Amazon B, Central America, Andes & Amazon, Himalaya B, Indonesia, Visions of India, Himalaya A

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Welcome to your Where There Be Dragons Yak Yak bulletin board! As you’ll soon discover, this board is a valuable forum for self-introductions, for building community, and for addressing any and all questions that arise during the upcoming months. Until the start of your course, this will be THE place to find important notices related to […]

Posted On

12/12/14

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Dragons Administration