The paro was instigated by the public transit workers who want to raise fair prices from 26¢ to 31¢ CND. After three days of protest without any resolution, transit workers decided to go back to work and just charge more—prompting the military to begin doing random checks around the city.
News reports are currently anticipating a resumption of the blockades for tomorrow but no one really know how this is all going to pan out. To add a little more excitement to the mix, we’re currently in the middle of high school finals. But as far as elementary school is concerned, there’s nothing wrong with an occasional Bolivian snow day.