Maps and charts thrill me. Below you will find three screenshots of GoogleMaps. These satellite images are of my part of the city Cochabamba, Bolivia. It feels so much smaller than the estimated 800,000 inhabitants. I really like living at roughly 8,500 feet above sea level surrounded by mountains on all sides.
This is the block I live on.
This is part of my neighborhood called “Cala Cala”. Two other missionary gals and I meet to run M, W, F at 6:ooAM. Our homes are marked with the numbers.
This is the route we take. I estimate that all together we run about 3 miles. Am I right in assuming that 12 blocks = about 1 mile? If that is the case we cover about 36 blocks, which would be 3 miles. We really should clock it someday. It takes us one half hour to jog. Eventually we hope to cover more distance, run faster and run longer. With Marisol the insatiable multiple marathon runner and Daryl the track athlete in our group we should be able to advance.