Travel Blogs from Sucre, Bolivia

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Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre

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

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... 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 ...

Mys i sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Mys i sucre

A travel blog entry by klaraa

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the Worlds worst Karaoke, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

the Worlds worst Karaoke

A travel blog entry by dimparcio

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... – not bitter at all a bit like a tasteless orange. We then head up to the Corte Suprema de Justica; Sucre was formally the capital of Bolivia but lost out to La Paz in later years, it does however retain the Supreme court and a ceremonial status of ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre

A travel blog entry by basmaartje

... and learn Spanish, Bas & Maartje     PS. Marijn, Peer, Dennis, al plannen voor 2009? Wat dachten jullie van een weekje downhillen in Bolivia? ...

Day 31 - And Relax..., Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Day 31 - And Relax...

A travel blog entry by sebpont

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We've had a busy couple of weeks with the jungle/pampas tour followed by the salt flats tour so we decided to stay put in Sucre for a few quiet days. Today we did a bit of reading, eating and drinking and some planning for the next few days, and that was ...

Action packed Sucre!, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Action packed Sucre!

A travel blog entry by whitson

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... as we entered the next stage of our tour. After a lazy day in Santa Cruz, we were looking forward to some action, to which Sucre did not disappoint. On our first night there we went out as a whole group (now 16) for a charity meal cooked by orphaned ...

No wonder they changed the capital, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

No wonder they changed the capital

A travel blog entry by sauso

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Sucre doesn't belong in Bolivia. It's nice, its clean, there aren't that many beggers, or nearly enough street vendors, and despite it was once the capital of Bolivia, its actually kinda boring. It was one of the biggest dinosaur hangouts in the world ...

Sweet Sucre and Samaipata,, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sweet Sucre and Samaipata,

A travel blog entry by viajedesamerica

Sucre next and this city is also an historically important town for the Bolivians it being the city where the Independence Treaty was signed after then had won a long and bloody war against the Spanish. And as you walked through the tree lined ...

The Nations Capital????, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

The Nations Capital????

A travel blog entry by jammie_traveler

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... is incredible we must have visited the main market 6 times in 3 days for one reason in particular...fruit salad! The cuisine in Bolivia is pretty unhealthy with lots of burgers, chips and other fried foods so when a nice lady will make you up ...

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