Travel Blogs from Sucre, Bolivia

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Sucre Saturday, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre Saturday

A travel blog entry by don.vince

We wake up on the bus in the morning in Sucre. We recommend to our Swiss friend to come to our hostel. We share a taxi to Kultur Berlin, the hostel recommended by Dave and deposit our bags and eat breakfast. The city is very compact and pretty. It's the ...

Sucre Sunday, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre Sunday

A travel blog entry by don.vince

... closing time but catch up with an English speaking tour guide in the main hall. I'm delighted we did: lots of interesting facts. Sucre was the first place in South America to be allowed to have a university. People from all over the continent studied ...

Uyuni, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Uyuni

A travel blog entry by don.vince

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... for water last night. In the afternoon, I finish my second book of the trip, prison diaries of an Englishman in Bolivia, great read. The landscape outside is routinely incredible, starting with big mountains and valleys, all quite fertile. As the journey ...

And Spice and all Things Nice., Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

And Spice and all Things Nice.

A travel blog entry by frazzle

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... is completed with a knee lenght pleated skirt and socks.It is every picture you had ever imagined if you thought of Bolivia.They are currently holding what seems to be qualifiers for the world breast feeding championships.At every place and time entries ...

Bolivia!!!, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Bolivia!!!

A travel blog entry by tarae.griffin

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... to the border, and the man on the bus wouldn´t stop tapping his leg.....I guess there are moments. Anywho I spent about 9 days in Bolivia, on the western side and it cost I think 300 dollars and that included trips, ruins and all! The food was almost ...

Dawn blocades in Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Dawn blocades in Sucre

A travel blog entry by hannahwills

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... an opportunity you grab your flag and join the march!  This protest was that the local people wanted Sucre to become the official capital of Bolivia - and well - It wasnt hard to agree with that after coming straight from La Paz to lovely ...

Retreat in the Mountains, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Retreat in the Mountains

A travel blog entry by ladyandtramp

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... do a little hiking and to look for new birds. The owners, Mabel and Raul Carvagal, who also own the Salmandra Restaurant in Sucre, bought the property 20 years ago with the intent to regenerate the vegetation on the mountainside and make the place into an ...

JOYEUX NOËL à tous ceux qu'on aime!!!, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

JOYEUX NOËL à tous ceux qu'on aime!!!

A travel blog entry by alexdrinedenis

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De la Bolivie, passez tous un beau Noël!!! ...

Site de dinosaures, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Site de dinosaures

A travel blog entry by alexdrinedenis

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Bon alors on est allé aux dinosaures! Environ 30 minutes de ''bus'': camion arrangé avec des bancs qui peut contenir environ 20 personnes qui part du parc central et nous amène et nous ramène pour la modique somme de 30 bolivianos (environ 4$). ...

Bolivia2006, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Bolivia2006

A travel blog entry by katherine

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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 ...

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