Travel Blogs from Sucre, Bolivia

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Blanca ciudad, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Blanca ciudad

A travel blog entry by kim_todd


We stayed a lot longer in Sucre than was intended, partially to rest as bolivia's hygiene is taking its toll on my stomach and also because we finally decided to extend our bolivian visa so we don't have to hurry through any more (bolivia only gives 30 ...

Espectáculo de danza, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Espectáculo de danza

A travel blog entry by colleen.c-jayne


Tonight was a blast! First I attended a cooking class at the school. We learned how to make an authentic Bolivian dish called ckocko de pollo! There were about 20 people attending the meal and it was a tight squeeze but it was wonderful. I met a ...

sam, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


As most buses to Sucre at night decided to head to Tarata for a day trip, picking up a bus ticket en route. The 30 min ride to Tarata was pleasant, along old railway tracks and a very brown lake – the village had obviously been tarted up a bit ...

sam, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


... been bad in the rain but still had a puncture and then later a minor breakdown (probably the radiator overheating) before we limped into Sucre at 7.30am. First hostel was full so helpful taxi driver took me a block to one he knew, which had no single ...

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 ...

I love verbs, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

I love verbs

A travel blog entry by colleen.c-jayne


Verbs are probably the most important part of a successful conversations (aside from body language)! We never really think about it when we are talking (why would we?). Yet, we rely on the words heavily in our day to day conversation.  We tend to ...

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 ...

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