Travel Blogs from Sucre, Bolivia

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Sucre - Peaceful Town, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre - Peaceful Town

A travel blog entry by florby

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... offerings they had in store for souvenirs. Proceeded back to the hostel for dinner. It was Friday night and there was some performance organized. Some Bolivian dance which turned out to be a mass shaking session. Grabbed a pizza and beer. Sucre, ...

Sucre - Shopping Spree, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre - Shopping Spree

A travel blog entry by florby

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... was situated in the living room of the owner's house. They served Italian food, and I had a good lagsana(B38) and Tiramisu(B15). Quite pricey by Bolivian standards but darn cheap by Singapore prices. Heading to the Tarabuco Market tomorrow! Sucre, ...

Lovely Lovely Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Lovely Lovely Sucre

A travel blog entry by everywhere

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... ; young, vibrant, full of students - many highschools, universities:  streets brimming with fun and energy.  Capital of Bolivia, seat of the government and the courts and apparently very rich - now and in the previous centuries.  Beautiful ...

Lunch with the boys, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Lunch with the boys

A travel blog entry by bred

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... , and shared 2 liters of Pepsi, and then they conned me into buying them new shoe shine cream. In all I spent less than $10 (Bolivia is so cheap). But the boys were really nice and appreciative (they said thank you twice each after both the soup and the ...

Capital of Bolivia, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Capital of Bolivia

A travel blog entry by rachel_john

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... well educated goatee-sporting Bolivian gentleman (10 Bolivianos or GBP0.70 each). He explains the history of Sucre, the importance of silver, independence for Bolivia, the economic influence of the Scots and Irish in the country, and the reason for the ...

Sucre - Tarabuco Market, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre - Tarabuco Market

A travel blog entry by florby

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... the central plaza to have a frap and cheesecake. Then to the central market to find fruit juices, only to find that closed as well. Thankfully the Chinese restaurant called Shanghai was open and we ordered 3 dishes to share. Tasted well. Sucre, ...

Our short time didnīt Sucre..., Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Our short time didnīt Sucre...

A travel blog entry by hannahbruce

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... yer awright. So instead we opted for a ten pence chocolate bar before heading back to the bus station after a walk around. Sucre was beautiful, the main Plaza was surrounded by old style colonial buildings, all of them white giving Sucre itīs nickname ...

Sucre - Goodbye, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre - Goodbye

A travel blog entry by florby

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... bags and got on the 6.30pm bus to Tupiza. Kinda chaotic at the bus station as no one spoke English and there was no proper signages on the bus berth. Took us awhile to find our bus - which looked like we were in for a terrible bumpy ride. Sucre, ...

A harrowing day, Uyuni to Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

A harrowing day

A travel blog entry by emanddave

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... the world. Watching CNN though there were reports of a train crash that killed 5 in Egypt but no mention of any deaths in Bolivia. Makes you think. We have all talked about it a lot and Dave and I emailed and called our families today to remind them ...

Dinos galore-ish!, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Dinos galore-ish!

A travel blog entry by emanddave

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... time they are there. If you fancy sponsoring a child (it is def worth it and it is very much needed in places like Bolivia) then visit www.plan-international.org After that we continued to wander and then arranged for a taxi to take us to the ...

Moving on (at last), Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Moving on (at last)

A travel blog entry by sarah_s_america

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... hat, a cheese grater, and various paintings from the girls in the home). Also one of the first things I bought when I got to Sucre was a lovely, huge bath towel, which was such a treat after months of a travel-towel-and-sarong-combo. Anyway, I'm pretty ...

Turkey and brussels sprouts, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Turkey and brussels sprouts

A travel blog entry by sarah_s_america

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... dinner out too. Even had bacon butties for breakfast! This afternoon we are going to make an effort to see something in Sucre besides bars and restaurants, and head off to see the dinosaur tracks just outside of town. Also, in exciting news, I ...

Sucre er helt konge!, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre er helt konge!

A travel blog entry by stevefn

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... , it's not extremely cheap for Bolivia, as this is more of a Gringo hangout than your typical Bolivian establishment (who in Bolivia would eat granola and yoghurt for breakfast?). But consider I would get something like half a bottle of water in Norway ...

Parties and Political Unreset, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Parties and Political Unreset

A travel blog entry by seankervin

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So I found myself in a little political unrest in Sucre, Bolivia.  Here's the deal. Bolivia is a country divided.  Most of the population in the Western Highlands are indigenous, while the people in ...

In the heart of the colonial splendor of Bolivia, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

In the heart of the colonial splendor of Bolivia

A travel blog entry by erriuc

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witches, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

witches

A travel blog entry by helene

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... disgusting noises whilst picking bits of squashed banana off the bed. I got a bus as soon as I could to Sucre, the colonial capital of Bolivia. The bus journey was fairly uninteresting, although not to the baggage boy who, at every loo-stop, tried ...

Sweet Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sweet Sucre

A travel blog entry by tom_hollie_2010

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Hi all, Not a lot to say about Sucre I'm afraid. It is the constitutional capital of Bolivia so unlike the barren, derelict towns we have previously visited, Sucre is a Spanish city full of colonial, white buildings and narrow streets that reflect ...

A day of down time so Lorna can recover, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

A day of down time so Lorna can recover

A travel blog entry by vickersontour

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Bolivia. The Big Fact, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Bolivia. The Big Fact

A travel blog entry by coopertrooper

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... you arrive in South Americas poorest country. Turns out this is also the capital of Bolivia, Bolivia has two capitals, Sucre and La Paz. Bolivia's most famous export is its marching powder which generates around US$1 billion a year for Bolivia La Paz, ...

Election fever, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Election fever

A travel blog entry by sarah_s_america

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Hello everyone! A quick entry from what will be my home for Christmas, New Year and beyond! I've been in Sucre for a week already and time is flying. I've started proper Spanish lessons with a lovely language school and am now learning how to do ...

Dinosaurs, Flamingos and a Load O' Salt, Sucre/Uyuni, Bolivia travel blog

Dinosaurs, Flamingos and a Load O' Salt

A travel blog entry by allisonandjeff

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Once the strikers allowed Bolivia's highways to reopen, we took an overnight bus from La Paz to Bolivia's second capital - Sucre. Sucre is a pretty colonial city at a lower altitude than La Paz, and thus has a little more enjoyable climate. We spent a day ...

A day of rest for Lorna, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

A day of rest for Lorna

A travel blog entry by vickersontour

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We arrived at Sucre bus terminal around 8am and, due to Lorna's illness, we got a taxi to the hostel. Luckily our room was ready, but we actually decided to upgrade to a room with ensuite and TV - only a couple of quid more. We expected to spend most ...

Monkey mayhem!, Villa Tunari, Bolivia travel blog

Monkey mayhem!

A travel blog entry by monkeymouse74

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So after surviving mountain biking down the Worlds Most Dangerous Road (100 people die every year on this one stretch of road, mainly due to buses and trucks falling off the edge of the very narrow, windy roads, most of which are bordered by 1000m sheer ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre

A travel blog entry by esbjorn

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... some parts of the road very difficult to pass... consequence: waiting, off the bus, pushing the bus, waiting for another bus, pushing the other bus, on the bus, back off the bus... Anyway, Sucre, the capital of Bolivia, we ll soon find out what it s ...

Bites, Bikes and Buses, Part I :, Bolivia travel blog

Bites, Bikes and Buses

A travel blog entry by littleaitch

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... state. My exit speed from the mine was officially recorded as 300% faster than my entry speed. Daylight never looked so good. Bolivia then managed to rival Kiefer Sutherlands 24 hours. Unlike Kiefer, I am hoping that I never have to repeat them and ...

Bolivia's Capital Sucre & The Molly Crisis, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Bolivia's Capital Sucre & The Molly Crisis

A travel blog entry by themurphys

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... not interested...heee (I wouldnt be interested if I hadnt been there...heee - feel free to stop reading..hee) Bolivia has 2 capital cities - Sucre is the main capital as it is the constitutional and judicial city for Bolivia while La Paz is only the ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre

A travel blog entry by irax

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Sorry for the delay in writing this entry! Iīll skip it in the meantime and write about it in June, Iīll add a link back here at that time. Iīll also write about my time in the Salar de Uyuni and Potosí at that point, what can I say? Iīve been ...

The most beautiful city in Bolivia!, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

The most beautiful city in Bolivia!

A travel blog entry by markandjade

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... beautiful cities in South America along with all the typical Spanish colonial buildings and churches. Its also the second biggest city in Bolivia although while we strolled around it didn't feel like a big city, perhaps a reason why so many tourists come ...

A day of down time so Lorna can recover, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

A day of down time so Lorna can recover

A travel blog entry by vickersontour

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Lorna was still feeling under the weather so we decided on a steady stroll around town today. Sucre is a nice city - in the centre. The outskirts look a bit rough though. There is a nice main plaza in the centre of town and lots of nice churches. ...

Long and winding road to Torotoro., Torotoro, Bolivia travel blog

Long and winding road to Torotoro.

A travel blog entry by tomsontravels

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Blown away by the mines in Potosi our next destination were hot springs! A good soaking in a volcanic pool could do nothing but help our souls and plus the locals swear its medicinal so who are we to argue. A quick repair to Son's bike and we were off ...

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