Travel Blogs from Sucre, Bolivia

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Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog


A travel blog entry by tomandkate


... tom) fell sick with food poisoning rendering me pretty useless for the following three days... Luckily we had a bit of time here. Sucre was a pretty relaxed and modernised city due to the local university it housed. We didn't do too much after I ...

Sucre Day 3, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre Day 3

A travel blog entry by travelogged


Life is an Education, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Life is an Education

A travel blog entry by stanlee84


So we survived Carnival but only just and caught the first plane outta Brazil and are now in Sucre Bolivia. Post carnival and if my body was a temple it really wasn't being worshipped very well. Jono, Steph, Adam and myself all came down with a ...

Home Away From Home, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Home Away From Home

A travel blog entry by morris_cjm


... of Wasi Masi, it was a great night with plenty of food and enough wine to drown several children.    Whilst in Sucre I took advantage of the super cheap Spanish lessons on offer and took 6 hours of 1-2-1 lessons to iron out some of the many ...

Dinosaus footprints - really!, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Dinosaus footprints - really!

A travel blog entry by angelahr

... a really good time. The kids are so sweet and undemanding. The orphanage is alot nicer than we throught it would be. In Bolivia no funding is given to 0-4 orphanages so its all donations but the rooms are nice and its not like a Romanian orphanage which ...

Another lazy day, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Another lazy day

A travel blog entry by djhurst123

Backwards and forwards between tour operators who couldn't decide if there was still a blockade on the salt flat tour. Apparently now there isn't so I will head off 9am tomorrow on a direct bus to Uyuni and sort a tour on arrival! As a reward to myself ...

Census day. Bolivia shuts down., Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Census day. Bolivia shuts down.

A travel blog entry by djhurst123

Had no choice but to stay in the hotel all day as no one was allowed out during the census. There was nowhere to buy food, water or booze so managed to get through my stockpile of melon, bananas, grapes and 2 bottles of wine sensibly purchased the day ...

the worlds dumbest travellers, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

the worlds dumbest travellers

A travel blog entry by barryandrach

Sucre is Bolivia’s constitutinal capital, and its picture perfect. The main part of town is full of courts and beautiful white washed buildings, resembling a small european city of sorts.  We checked into an expensive bed and breakfast run by a ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog


A travel blog entry by sonya_d10

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Day 65 - 69: The White City, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Day 65 - 69: The White City

A travel blog entry by badman-kirsty


... to see here but it is a nice place to unwind for a few days and has the best restaurant and cafe scene in BoliviaSucre also has a very interesting cemetery - similar to the ones in Buenos Aires and Valparaiso, but more like a park with lots of ...

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