Travel Blogs from Sucre, Bolivia

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Go on Independiente, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Go on Independiente

A travel blog entry by mariborkev


... game, as was the taxi driver when I told him. The taxi driver started asking me all about football, why I was watching it in Bolivia, what did I think of the Copa America etc. I was manfully trying to answer all his questions and as we pulled up at the ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog


A travel blog entry by loopy34

Sucre is absolutely gorgeous... a lovely city.  Makes a change from the last week of holes... We've spent today walking around all the shops and chilling out... and that continued... the gang all went mountain biking but I decided against exercise ...

Rest and Recuperation, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Rest and Recuperation

A travel blog entry by laura_and_james


... and the capital then moved to La Paz in the 19th century.  Despite this change however, Sucre remained the constitutional and religious capital in Bolivia and today (a UNESCO site) you can still see plenty of colonial style churches, convents, and ...

Montagne derrière chez nous, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Montagne derrière chez nous

A travel blog entry by alexdrinedenis


Bon alors nous avons finalement trouvé comment aller dans la montagne derrière chez nous. C'est en fait un chemin de croix géant avec un chemin et des escaliers de pierres qui montent jusqu'au sommet de la petite montagne. Super bon conditionnement ...

Sucre city day, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre city day

A travel blog entry by shonachalmers

Sucre is a very cute little city. After a great hostel breakfast (scrambled eggs and juice) in our own little suit that the 11 of us are in we went for a wander around. From the top of the convent you can get a good view of the city- the convent itself is ...

Sucre Mountain biking, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre Mountain biking

A travel blog entry by shonachalmers

... the water and inevitably gave himself violent constipation for the next four days. Bigger issues came though when it was time to return to sucre for our onward bus to la Paz. The drivers decided to go get pissed at a party instead. Marcello the guide was ...

Oh! Sucre..., Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Oh! Sucre...

A travel blog entry by nsp003


... to visit the Casa de la Libertad.  We joined the free guided tour in English and learnt about some pre-independence history of Bolivia.  After that, we went to the market and had some local food and fresh juice.  I had a carrot with apple ...

Viviendo en Bolivia, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Viviendo en Bolivia

A travel blog entry by auntieminxy


... tengo miedo de carnes de órganos!). En clases y a casa hablo mucho con las profesoras y esto me da un impresión de Bolivia muy interesante. Mi profesora es la hija de un juez del corta suprema, ella es una chica de la ciudad y bastante gringa en ...

Sucre as a cultural rich city!, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre as a cultural rich city!

A travel blog entry by celine_3kings


... the constitutional capital of Bolivia, the capital of the department of Chuquisaca and the 4th most populated city in Bolivia. Sucre is also called the City of Four Names Each of the well known names represent a specific era of the city's ...

Spanish in Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Spanish in Sucre

A travel blog entry by melodyandbrad


From Uyuni we got an 8hr bus to Sucre, stopping in Potosi (highest town in the world). We almost missed the change over as we couldn't understand Spanish and we arrived late. When we arrived in Sucre at 7pm the streets were filled with festivities. Bands, ...

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