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Old 12-24-2005, 12:52 AM   #1
Dojo: Bamboo Dojo, Vero Beach, FL
Location: Vero Beach, FL
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Need a dojo in Santa Cruz, Bolivia HELP!

Hello fellow practicioners!

My work is now taking me away from home twice a month for a week each time to Santa Cruz, Bolivia and Corumba, Brazil. I desperately need (want?) to keep up training.

Does anyone have an idea who I might contact to find a dojo in Santa Cruz, Bolivia and Corumba, Brazil?

I will be eternally gratefull!

Kind regards,

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Old 01-14-2006, 02:13 AM   #2
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Re: Need a dojo in Santa Cruz, Bolivia HELP!

It might not be worth it if it's only a week. Just be patient until you get back home.
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Old 01-14-2006, 09:26 AM   #3
Dojo: Bamboo Dojo, Vero Beach, FL
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Re: Need a dojo in Santa Cruz, Bolivia HELP!

Thanks Jim. You are probably right but I'm one of those slightly obsessive types who likes to stay on a schedule. I just found (yesterday) a guy in La Paz who has been practicing for 20 yrs. Unfortuntately that's 600 km and 3000 meters in elevation away from where I work. Guess I'll have to start my own dojo...and find a sensei!

(I am now going twice/month so not practicing drops my total practice time considerably.)
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