Sometimes La Paz feels like an endless outdoor market. The seemingly chaotic set up is actually quite organized: there's a hardware sector, a garment district, a toy section (with a specific section for the trompo, a common wooden spinning top) and so much more.
Ah, the gemstones. It's not uncommon to see people selling them in touristic sectors of these South American cities.
A specialist in gemstones attached to braids.
"Your delicious pork rinds".
Leticia y la llama.
Bruno, a Belgian-born, Bolivian citizen who has spent decades working organic farms in the Madidi National Park, and with whom Leticia would work.
**Update: See this video of Bruno and his "sueño verde".