Bolivia - Bolivia has many public internet locations. Most...

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Bolivia has many public internet locations. Most cities, even small ones, should have at least one or more Internet locale. In hotels and computer stores, they should be able to tell you where to find one nearby, because they do not necessarily have internet access. Has many public internet locations. Most cities, even small ones, should have at least one or  more Internet locale, but don't be surprised if these Internet locales are a little dull, as only some  are trying to turn into cyber cafes and sell alcoholic drinks and play music. Almost all of these  are open until nighttime; however they are never open all night long. You can send emails or  access your own account if you belong to such services as Hotmail or Yahoo.  Mailing correspondence from Bolivia's main cities is generally reliable and safe, however, it is  advisable to avoid using the postal service in small cities and towns, since it is a known fact that  large bundles of mail and packages can remain in these smaller offices for months before they  are delivered. Fax service is available in many locations, including hotels and in most of the offices. Bolivian railroads are in disrepair. In 1964 there were 103 locomotives, but only 34 in 1995. The  Bolivian railway system was a state corporation. The use of computers is also accelerating. In  1998, there were 7.5 per 1,000 inhabitants. Televisions are 116 per 1,000 (about one-quarter 
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