Travel Blogs from Sucre, Bolivia

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White City, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

White City

A travel blog entry by ianandfinola

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After our first couple of weeks in Bolivia we were eager to settle down again and learn some Spanish. We had heard that Sucre was a quaint little city with a laid back vibe and temperate weather. We also heard that you could sign up for Spanish lessons at ...

Walking with dinosaurs, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Walking with dinosaurs

A travel blog entry by mlc

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... nice to get closer than 100m though. Apparently, there is a hike to see, and stand in, footprints in stone somewhere nearby, but the access road was washed out when we were there. Even without that, Sucre must be the place in Bolivia to bring little ...

Eine Hauptstadt noch verschlafener als Bern, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Eine Hauptstadt noch verschlafener als Bern

A travel blog entry by teresitaykusito

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... Oh nein, nicht La Paz, sondern Sucre. Die ganze Regierung und das Parlament sitzt zwar in La Paz doch die Hauptstadt ist Sucre, was wohl die wenigsten ausserhalb von Bolivien wissen. Sucre war für die Spanier einmal eine sehr wichtige Stadt, da sie sehr ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre

A travel blog entry by fsorbie

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Good to be below the treeline again. Took a taxi with some auzzies and a canadian guy to the hostel. I asked if anyone knew about the bowler hats (just doing some research for you AKT!). The canadian guy did! apparently the Italians brought them here for ...

Fun in Valpo, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Fun in Valpo

A travel blog entry by tombarker

Well, well, well, where do I start? It has been a jam-packed past week and now I must attempt to cram it all into a blog entry, the lack of high-speed internet (unsuprisingly) in the barren Chilean/Bolivian desert has meant that frustration has prevented ...

Back to School, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Back to School

A travel blog entry by kelly_blogs

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... and during siesta), it is beautiful. I will be sad to leave but I cannot stop in one place forever - there is still much of Bolivia to see! Tomorrow, Guilleume, Nina and I are getting a night bus to the biggest city in Bolivia - La Paz. Turns out they ...

Bolivia, Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Bolivia, Sucre

A travel blog entry by ninaholidays

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Wed 24.9.08: Bolivia, Sucre: ("The City of Four Names") PERSONAL: Wednesday: We left Potosi for Sucre in a taxi (taking 3hrs). My taxi driver owns a green racing car and at times his taxi was travelling at a speed of 120! Sometimes he overtook cars ...

Cochabamba and Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Cochabamba and Sucre

A travel blog entry by jamesandel

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... more touristy here, wondering around some of the sites including a miniature Eiffel tower built by Eiffel himself and the site Bolivia declared independence (first from the Spanish, later from Peru).  We also spent a day going first to the Dinosaur ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre

A travel blog entry by benguigue

... , dix fois plus jolie et vivable que la Paz.... Difficile a comprendre donc pourquoi la Paz a usurpe le statut de capitale a Sucre, qui ne reste que la capitale judiciaire. Apres avoir harpente toutes les rues de la ville en quelques heures, nous prenons ...

chicken and chips soup, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

chicken and chips soup

A travel blog entry by marykateri

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... my memory stick of precious photos to Mick and Vick in Buenos Aires, too scared ill lose it if I keep it with me any longer. Bolivia post I’m trusting you! I don´t make the hotel by two, so I miss natelle and Ralph at our meeting time, but shrug it ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre

A travel blog entry by alisoncuddy

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... children miners in the Potosi mine, our next stop on the trip.  Cafe Amsterdam also supports the working children of Sucre through the Centro Educativo Ńanta Sucre.  On our last day in Sucre we visited this amazing center that feeds, educates, ...

Sucre and Potosi, Bolivia, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre and Potosi, Bolivia

A travel blog entry by antipodean

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... miners were protesting over pay and bad work conditions, which I can understand when you hear the pay rates and working conditions. Bolivia is regarded as the 'protest capital of South America’ and locals use any opportunity to protest. Meg and I ...

Paragliding in Sucre, Bolivia., Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Paragliding in Sucre, Bolivia.

A travel blog entry by charlottemills

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I just wanted to send a quick update about my paragliding experience and pass on some rather funny photos of the event. After having nightmares about plummeting from highrise buildings the night before and spending most of the morning having to run to ...

starry starry night, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

starry starry night

A travel blog entry by eskimostephie

... cemetery i wandered up into town, where in the central plaza there was a competition of all of the childrens homes in sucre. they had a recycling competition where they made things from plastic bottles and bit of old wood and junk. some kids were playing ...

Sucre, Manu Chau and La Glorieta, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre, Manu Chau and La Glorieta

A travel blog entry by jonclark2000

... into the kitchen and make myself a cup of good English tea and just sit in the garden and soak up the sun. Sucre is said to be Bolivia's most beautiful city and with it's centre filled with only white buildings (some law has been passed stipulating this) ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre

A travel blog entry by barbieandken

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Inca Trail, Inca Trail, Bolivia travel blog

Inca Trail

A travel blog entry by laorfamily

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... of hesitation, we decided to cross it one at a time. We came upon a house of a Japanese man, leaving on the mountains of Bolivia, tending to his garden who let us stay with him overnight. We set up our tents, helped ourselves to some fruit from his garden ...

Flying Visit, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Flying Visit

A travel blog entry by ianandfinola

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... for a late afternoon bus, and the only other thing that remained to be done was to re-visit the sticker-swapping hangouts of Sucre. Darbera came with me, she had bought the album herself in Chile but wasn't planning to complete it, but once she saw the ...

More bed rest than sightseeing, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

More bed rest than sightseeing

A travel blog entry by nancydeb

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Three hours from Potosi is the pretty white-walled colonial city of Sucre. It has lost its governmental capital title to La Paz but is still the judicial capital. We stayed at a Hosteling International hostel close to the bus terminal and it was the ...

The Beauty and the Beast (by KCT), Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

The Beauty and the Beast (by KCT)

A travel blog entry by kctmapg

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... city with many students and consequently parties everywhere, also many chic cafés and restaurants. If you are in Sucre, you can't believe that you are actually in Bolivia! It is a city to fall in love with. That's why we decided to stay longer ...

all souls day - todos santos, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

all souls day - todos santos

A travel blog entry by eskimostephie

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... and singhani and masitas. cheecha and singhani are really strong drinks and lasitas are small bread like treats that are traditional to bolivia especially on todos santos. it was a real privalage to sit in the house. we also got invited to pray for the ...

Metal Guru, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Metal Guru

A travel blog entry by matt72

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... over a woman called Isabelle, or something. I neither fully understood nor cared. Sleep. That's where it's at. Onwards. Sucre. The capital of Bolivia. As all Sucrans (and plenty outside, such as the guide who drove me round the south west) will tell ...

Overland and underground, Sucre and Potosi, Bolivia travel blog

Overland and underground

A travel blog entry by timeofourlives

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... are there. After having spent another night on a bus we grabbed a quick shower and set out to take a look at the town. Sucre was very pretty and Kerry was particularly pleased to find that it was famous for its chocolate shops! In one visit she managed ...

Jurassic Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Jurassic Sucre

A travel blog entry by drcajunstyle

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... definitely worth it. We had to avoid some road works on our walk  as well(never ending problems with roads here in Bolivia). Sucre, like Popayan, is largely made up of white buildings, so when the sun is setting it looks spectacular. We enjoyed a ...

Sucre and Potosi, Sucre and Potosi, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre and Potosi

A travel blog entry by billyandtrav

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Sucre was a pleasure to arrive in. A contrast to the other cities in Bolivia with brilliant white buildings and very clean. The main tourist attraction in Sucre is the dinosaur footprints. To get there you have to take the very tacky Dino Bus so we ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre

A travel blog entry by stellitita

Um vom sueden Boliviens nach Norden in den Regenwald zu kommen, haben wir uns entschlossen Sucre, der eigentlichen Hauptstadt Boliviens einen Besuch abzustatten. Und jetzt aber wirklich endlich Sonne ...

Sucre- Judicial capital of Bolivia, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre- Judicial capital of Bolivia

A travel blog entry by sharor

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... can be a huge treat when travelling for so long without it!! ) This did not affect our mood and opinions on Sucre however- it was our favourite place in Bolivia. It was great to see a more modern city than what we had seen up to then in Bolivia. There was ...

Dancemoves, Broken Sandels and Ferris Wheels, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Dancemoves, Broken Sandels and Ferris Wheels

A travel blog entry by tombarker

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... as is often also the case) what makes it not work! Sucre is an interesting city, interesting because Bolivia the country itself is a little confused. Sucre is technically the capital (constitutional and judicial capital) city but every book will tell you ...

Recharging our batteries in Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Recharging our batteries in Sucre

A travel blog entry by bharris4

... to head out that night to Sucre. We booked a bus for 730 that evening and had a nice dinner before we left. As we are in Bolivia, we were expecting a bus that would be similar to the ones that we had in Ecuador and some that we had in Peru. So we were ...

Inti Wara Yassi, Villa Tunari, Bolivia travel blog

Inti Wara Yassi

A travel blog entry by kinkajou50a

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Communidad Inti Wara Yassi is a refuge for wild animals which have been recovered from private homes, or donated by owners who can no longer care for them. Its growing as people get to know about it, as of today it has 4 pumas, as many ocelots, a jaguar, ...

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