Travel Blogs from Sucre, Bolivia

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Bolivia2006, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog


A travel blog entry by katherine


After staying in Potisi (which was long enough!) we headed towards Sucre. The unofficial capital of Bolivia. We headed off in 2 taxi´s. After 4 stops because of engine overheating on the other taxi we arrived in Sucre 4 hours latter (it was supposed ...

Sucre and the 10yr old bar waitress, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre and the 10yr old bar waitress

A travel blog entry by melissasieben

... families. We never saw many people asking for money except for some older indigenous women.    All that aside, Sucre is a stunningly beautiful, white-washed city with terracotta rooftops. There are an abundance of colonial influence in the many ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog


A travel blog entry by travellingdave


... of traditional head masks and costumes used in tradional dances. On way to the main square, realised it wasnt a normal day in Sucre, as there was thousands of people marching to bands through the town. It was apparently Sucres Birthday, so most of the ...

“Sucre! Sucre! Sucre! Sucreeeeee!!!!”, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

“Sucre! Sucre! Sucre! Sucreeeeee!!!!”

A travel blog entry by ceriandgrace


After a circular adventure around much of Bolivia, we found ourselves back in Sucre, the official capital of Bolivia. Sucre is much loved by tourists because of its temperate climate, friendly locals, colonial architecture, and decent expresso. It is also ...

Nice town!, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Nice town!

A travel blog entry by pkgregoire

Today we woke up and went for breakfast and it was great! We got eggs, bacon, fruit, yogurt, granola, bread with jam, mind freshly squeezed orange juice, it was good. At breakfast we met another Canadian. She is from the Yukon and a retired teacher. She ...

Prestation de la Fête des Mères, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Prestation de la Fête des Mères

A travel blog entry by alexdrinedenis


Voici quelques photos des prestations de l'école qui ont été faites pour la Fête des Mères. Chaque classe présentait une danse traditionnelle de la Bolivie avec les costumes traditionnels pour chacune. C'était vraiment très ...

To the countryside!, Punilla, Bolivia travel blog

To the countryside!

A travel blog entry by celine_3kings


Two weeks ago i went to the countryside, with Jennifer and Julien who were visiting me here. My first time to travel in camion! We choose not to take one with cows and chickens, but still an experience J. Cajamarca is a little town in the middle of ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog


A travel blog entry by wanderingpoppy


... a traditional Bolivian dish of chips, rice, sausages, stew, salad and lots of sauces for about 1 pound 20p - delicious, I love Bolivia! The fresh food in the market was amazing, stalls piled with fruit, vegetables, meats, fresh, homemade cheeses and even ...

Stunning Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Stunning Sucre

A travel blog entry by another-s.a


...   All this for just over 100bob for myself, in a single room, if you could call it that!   We headed off for a lovely hot shower, and then out for dinner...happy to be in a warmer climate for the first time since we entered Bolivia...   ...

Back in the groove!, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Back in the groove!

A travel blog entry by therunningdog


OK, so I hopped in an overnight bus from Cochabamba to Sucre(a 10 hour trip)...I was stoked to get on the road and get moving!  The bus lurched out of the Cochabamba bus station...and we were on the road!  Yeah we were moving...but then we ...

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