Travel Blogs from Sucre, Bolivia

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Back to School.... and loving it!, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Back to School.... and loving it!

A travel blog entry by tiggerbird

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... far as not only am I learning the correct Spanish grammar and pronounciation, but I´m getting to find out more about life in Sucre/Bolivia and my teacher (Yashira). As I´m only here for a few days I´m planning to get some useful practical experience ...

Sucre - where I nearly 'lost' Ron, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre - where I nearly 'lost' Ron

A travel blog entry by wreckedagain2

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... the way, perhaps a good job we couldn't see much that night as the rain had made the tracks a little slippy. Our arrival in Sucre was a bit of a surprise as we both thought that we were in Potosi (just that we'd expected to stop there first) but ...

Sucre, the white city, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre, the white city

A travel blog entry by stuartmellon

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... Uyni we got a bus up to Sucre. I am kind of glad it was dark as we were driving on complete dirt roads and the driving in Bolivia is pretty crazy. At one stage I thought the  bus was going to flip over as it felt the buses back end was sliding out of ...

Bye bye Peru, hello Bolivia, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Bye bye Peru, hello Bolivia

A travel blog entry by stevenmervis

... of the most spectacular lakes in the world. We returned to Puno for a few nights, before making the trip across the border to Bolivia. After going through less security than at a rugby game in Cape Town, we drove the 4 hours to La Paz. Unfortunately with ...

Pas grand chose, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Pas grand chose

A travel blog entry by lilipop

Après une bonne grasse matinée bien mérité, on retrouve nos deux amis vers 11h pour le déjeuné. Au programme, énormes sandwichs d'avocat tomate qu'on prépare dans la rue ! Puis on reste discuter un peu dans le parc. On passe récupérer nos sac, ...

the other Bolivia, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

the other Bolivia

A travel blog entry by petemacleod

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... back as it was a tougher day that had been explained to me. Anyway, good to get out of the city for a bit. In Sucre itself I went to try and find the train station but one had tracks overgrown with grass and the other was locked up and looked derilict. ...

Learning Spanish., Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Learning Spanish.

A travel blog entry by steve_perry83

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Day 58 - Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Day 58 - Sucre

A travel blog entry by kittysheeran

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After having a wander around town, looking at the lovely Plaza and church new the city centre, we walked up to Recoleta. It is up a huge hill and gives breathtaking views of the city and distant mountains! We had lunch at a pretty little cafe with the ...

Celebrating Easter in Bolivia, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Celebrating Easter in Bolivia

A travel blog entry by adechevron

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... ;I still suffer a bit from the altitude but feel much better since Uyuni. After Potosi, I continue up to Sucre, the constitutional capital of Bolivia where I am going to spend Easter. Very nice colonial town, good museums, market with great food, in ...

Warm Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Warm Sucre

A travel blog entry by hilary_todd

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... to surprise me in a good way at every turn. For example, in my wildest dreams, I couldn't have imagined that Bolivia would have such a beautiful city as Sucre (and it has really good chocolate here too). I guess I have learnt that I need to throw out all ...

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