Travel Blogs from Tarabuco, Bolivia

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Tarabuco Sunday  Market, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Tarabuco Sunday Market

A travel blog entry by everywhere

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... in their tribal wear, I thought they were in touristy places – dress up for photos kind of thing.  Here in Bolivia, much of Peru and less so in Ecuador; tribal wear and fashion – especially hats, are worn with incredible ...

The Tarabuco Market, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

The Tarabuco Market

A travel blog entry by seankervin

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We went to the little town of Tarabuco for their Sunday market.  No crazy stories to tell, but here are some ...

A taxi ride with Bolivia's boxing champion of 1980, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

A taxi ride with Bolivia's boxing champion of 1980

A travel blog entry by erriuc

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A taxi ride with Bolivia's boxing champion of ...

Just another crazy day in Bolivia, Camira, Bolivia travel blog

Just another crazy day in Bolivia

A travel blog entry by prbrown

... was clear that we weren't going any further on the bus. I asked a fellow passenger what was going on and he just replied "this is Bolivia." Noone really knew what was going on. It was a long way back and the only way seemed to be forward. I met a family ...

A European Castle and An Indigenous Market, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

A European Castle and An Indigenous Market

A travel blog entry by kirsty.md

... and mainly admired the scenery which was very beautiful as there are endless hills in this part of Bolivia. Around 10.30am we arrived at the town of Tarabuco and followed the crowd into the centre. The town was obviously poorer than Sucre and I think ...

Spoiling ourselves on Tarabucos Sunday market, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Spoiling ourselves on Tarabucos Sunday market

A travel blog entry by usupandaway

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Our sunday out from Sucre. Yehaee! After a long drive - there war a car race on the normal street - where we saw all the lovely surroundings of Sucre, we arrived at the market. Quite some 3 hours instead of one and a half, but who cares if you have a ...

Le marché de Tarabuco et la fête du 23 de Marzo, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Le marché de Tarabuco et la fête du 23 de Marzo

A travel blog entry by bourlingueur

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... en minibus avec Gaëlle et Stéphane: ce village accueille tous les dimanches un marché du textile de style Jalq'a et Tarabuco. On y trouve de magnifiques teintures. Les habitants sont en habits traditionnels (différents de ceux vus jusqu'à présent) ...

Chillin' in Sucre, Sucre and Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Chillin' in Sucre

A travel blog entry by jschmuldt

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... called 7 cascadas (7 waterfalls)and go to a futbal (soccer) game and visit the indigenous town of Tarabuco, where I got to see the president of Bolivia, Evo Morales, and see the carnaval of campesinos. This is the place where i bought more weavings and ...

Tarabuco, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Tarabuco

A travel blog entry by gordon13

... 'r einen Tag dort mit 2 Bolivianischen Freundinnen die selbst auch wenn sie fast ihr ganzes leben in Sucre gelebt haben noch nie in Tarabuco waren...Die fahrt mit dem Auto hin und vor allem die Fahrt zurück bei dem wir einen Platten hatten waren doch ...

how to eat on the street and stay alive, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

how to eat on the street and stay alive

A travel blog entry by koyaya

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פעם מרינה אמרה לי שהיא לא אכלה כלום ...

Sunday Market and chicken galore, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Sunday Market and chicken galore

A travel blog entry by sionedworldwide

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A day at the market, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

A day at the market

A travel blog entry by helen-sean

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Touted as one of the best in Latin America for the gringo visitor, Tarabuco`s market is indeed full of colour.  Have to say we`ve visited several better, but then again we have seen 100s.  The most noticeable things here are the weaving - museum ...

A day of festivities, Bolivian style., Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

A day of festivities, Bolivian style.

A travel blog entry by james_and_robin

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... , a two hour trip to the south east on winding roads through the mountain landscape leaves you in the small provincial town of Tarabuco. It was fortunate that through the extra day in Sucre, we would be in time to witness the once annual festival held ...

Pujllay a Tarabuco..., Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Pujllay a Tarabuco...

A travel blog entry by elisabeth_sa

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... zu tanzen... Sogar der Praesident, dieses Jahr nur der Vizepraesident, ist zu Ehren von Pachamama jaehrlicher Ehrengast. Tarabuco ist fuer einen der schoensten und farbenpraechtigsten Sonntagsmaerkte in Bolivien bekannt und daher immer einen Besuch wert. ...

Market Day, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Market Day

A travel blog entry by doovy

... the transaction with the first vendor. The remaining folks needed at least 5 no graciases each before they finally gave up. Tarabuco is not tranquilo. But interesting. The market goods were similar to every other market in Bolivia, but the locals ...

Getting ready to leave Sucre, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Getting ready to leave Sucre

A travel blog entry by griffs-on-tour

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... . Culturally speaking it is one of the richest countries in South America. We went to a local country town called Tarabuco last Sunday for their market, which whilst being blatently tourist  orientated, nevertheless maintains a sort of folky ...

Pujllay Tarabuco, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Pujllay Tarabuco

A travel blog entry by micheleen

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... is er markt in Tarabuco, maar één dag per jaar is het feest! The most native festival in south America.....¨Pujllay¨ Tarabuco! We zouden eerst zaterdagmiddag al gegaan zijn met de studentenbus, maar we voelden ons niet goed. Met name Mies had veel ...

Colourful Market, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Colourful Market

A travel blog entry by intheworld

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... Slight drizzle made us stay at home and have an early night. Day 83: Sunday means market in Bolivia. 65km from Sucre is a little sleepy village called Tarabuco which has a very colourful Sunday market where flocks of tourists come to buy handicrafts of ...

Trip to Icla, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Trip to Icla

A travel blog entry by elevy

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Our day trip to Icla to go rappelling into a canyon, first involved a long drive going through Tarabuco (hence the pin, cant find Icla on the map..) and the views of scenery on the drive were so incredible! The Andes really are such an incredible place!!! ...

Day 21 - Tarabuco / Cochabamba, Tarabuco Municipality, Bolivia travel blog

Day 21 - Tarabuco / Cochabamba

A travel blog entry by rookietravelers

... market 63 km from Sucre. The market is supposed to be one of the biggest indigenous markets in all of Bolivia. We were told the local buses to Tarabuco were frequent and left from a certain point a little outside the city of Sucre. It was easy to ...

Le marché coloré de Tarabuco, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Le marché coloré de Tarabuco

A travel blog entry by tif_tacks

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Haut en couleur, le marché de Tarabuco se déroule tous les dimanches. Il faut compter environ une heure et demie de route pour s'y rendre. Là-bas on peut notamment trouver les tissages des villages Jalq'a. Très fins, colorés et retraçant la vie ...

Tarabuco, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Tarabuco

A travel blog entry by celine_3kings

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Last weekend i went to Tarabuco, one hour from Sucre. Tarabuco is a town in the department of Chuquisaca, best known as the home of the Yampara culture. Each Sunday, a colorful and vibrant open-air market attracts locals and tourists. Many ...

Colourful market in Tarabuco - Bolivia, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Colourful market in Tarabuco - Bolivia

A travel blog entry by phil-marie2010

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... traditional Bolivian meal of Pique al lo Macho and Quinoa pie which was delicious. Druhy den jsme jeli do 65km vzdalene vesnice Tarabuco, kde se kazdou nedeli porada trh. Tarabuco je mala vesnice, kde zije pouze 2000 lidi, ale kazdou nedeli se toto ...

Un peu plus de détails..., Tomina, Bolivia travel blog

Un peu plus de détails...

A travel blog entry by alexdrinedenis

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Des fois je repense à des choses que j'aurais dû écrire alors les voilà! Robert (Mainguy), tu aimerais vraiment vivre ici car on trouve du bon pain blanc frais tous les matins comme tu aimes! Les femmes ont vraiment de belles jambes brunes ...

Aug 02, 2009, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Aug 02, 2009

A travel blog entry by steve_perry83

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Morado K'asa - Week 3, Lamboya, Bolivia travel blog

Morado K'asa - Week 3

A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp

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It is hard to believe that we have already been in Sucre for a 1 month and had to make the trip to the migration office to get our passports stamped for another 30 days. The process took us a total of 15 minutes and we didn't have far to go. The office ...

Fiesta de colores, robo de luz, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Fiesta de colores, robo de luz

A travel blog entry by s.figueroa

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... de Sucre, también recorrimos la Recoleta con una vista impresionante sobre la ciudad. Por fin como a las 2 pudimos iniciar viaje a Tarabuco, pasamos la cordillera y caseríos con sus iglesias para llegar a la plaza y sus calles llenas de artesanía y de ...

Tarabuco market, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Tarabuco market

A travel blog entry by tabl

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... funny :) Sucre is pretty dead on the weekend as apparently everyone leaves for the countryside. So we were advised to go to Tarabuco market which was a two hour bus journey into the Andes, where we got to see the bright market of all the woven goods, ...

Un peu plus de photos de Tarabuco, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Un peu plus de photos de Tarabuco

A travel blog entry by alexdrinedenis

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Voici donc un peu plus de photos de notre visite au Carnaval de ...

Tarabuco Market, Tarabuco, Bolivia travel blog

Tarabuco Market

A travel blog entry by djhurst123

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75km south east of Sucre each Sunday there is a market where villagers from different towns travel by foot or donkey to buy and sell locally produced food and clothes. Quechua is the most widely spoken language ...

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