Travel Blogs from Sucre, Bolivia

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Le Marche de Tarabuco, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Le Marche de Tarabuco

A travel blog entry by pepsouille

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... suis completement cuit, vite une pause en terrasse ouaaaa trop bon!!!  Un dernier p'tit tour pour le PLAISIR?? et retour a Sucre. Nous terminons par une petit ballade sur les hauteurs de la ville fort sympatique, on en profite pour bouquiner un peu, ...

this place must churn out alchoholics, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

this place must churn out alchoholics

A travel blog entry by eskimostephie

dear oh dear, its amazing how many people ive met, and how many people are going the same places as me, but seriously, sucre si dangerous man. ive been out so much and im still struggling to spend my money. i was out again last night, until the morning. ...

Camino de la meurte, monkeys and mines, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Camino de la meurte, monkeys and mines

A travel blog entry by irishblontravel

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... cards and returned the next day with a couple of chewed bolivianas by way of an apology. After that I headed to Sucre (which is the real capital of Bolivia). It is gorgeous. Spent over a week there and went to Spanish school. Met Michelle (from London) ...

randonnee de chameaux!, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

randonnee de chameaux!

A travel blog entry by pepsouille

... le chemin et ds environ 2h de marche ns rencontreronsa une carriere ou des camions transportant du sable retournent ts les jours sur sucre... allez cest parti... ns navons pas encore fait de pause, les jambes commencent  a tirer un peu mais cest pas ...

A Gringo Pub Crawl, Waterfalls and More Sick Days!, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

A Gringo Pub Crawl, Waterfalls and More Sick Days!

A travel blog entry by kirsty.md

... the bar became a bit boring. Around 10ish we were shepherded on to the next bar which is also a very popular Gringo bar in Sucre- Joyride. Here the bar had messed up as they were totally unprepared for the pub crawl's arrival! We were all supposed to ...

Final Days of Spanish Classes, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Final Days of Spanish Classes

A travel blog entry by kirsty.md

... (and I hoped this would be good for me to feel better) though I couldn't eat it all. We then took a bus to Sucre Cemetery which is apparently quite famous for being beautiful. At the cemetery there are many large mausoleums and it has plenty of trees so ...

Santa Cruz & Sucre - what a difference!!, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Santa Cruz & Sucre - what a difference!!

A travel blog entry by polayah

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... , the restaurant La Tavern serves up shredded cow´s tongue in a chocolate and chilli sauce - nom nom!! Sucre is definitely a place to come if you travel to Bolivia, don´t waste your time in Santa Cruz but head directly here. Potosi and the silver mines ...

A Sickly Introduction to My Bolivian Homestay, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

A Sickly Introduction to My Bolivian Homestay

A travel blog entry by kirsty.md

The second week of Spanish classes started with my being unexpectedly ill. I must have eaten a dodgy burger the night before as I was feeling very ill and could barely make it out of bed. I decided to cancel my classes for the day and stay in bed. At ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre

A travel blog entry by darrenlotta

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Poisoned, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Poisoned

A travel blog entry by kiwi_surfer

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... and badly timed bus routes; "the scenic route" some might say. Id prefer to say, puck you lonely planet... Sucre, beautiful colonial buildings surrounding a perfectly kept plaza, inclusive of gardens your grand mother would be proud of. Overlooked by ...

Huatajata, Huatajata, Bolivia travel blog

Huatajata

A travel blog entry by laorfamily

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........................We came to the town and charted a boat to take us onto Lake Titicaca. The name might not translate well into any language, but it is a beautiful lake, quite, blue and clear as crystal, almost like a mirror. ...

up where the eagles fly, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

up where the eagles fly

A travel blog entry by eskimostephie

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... walk in the heat with a little hangover was quite difficult. once we were all there, we set off toward the old frontier of sucre and potosi where we were all planning to jump off a mountain and paraglide. we all did it.....it was absolutely amazing...and ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre

A travel blog entry by lotenfie

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... iets spectaculairs mee te delen dus kunnen jullie beter genieten van enkele foto's. Wist-je-dat? *Lot een wonderzalfke gekocht heeft voor de Machu pijn op haar voeten *de mensen in Bolivia zeer vriendelijk en behulpzaam zijn ! Hasta luego ¡ Lot & ...

It´s Bolivia!, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

It´s Bolivia!

A travel blog entry by rosey

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We´re on to our second stop in Bolivia, the capital city of Sucre. After just a few days in the country we already find ourselves saying ´´It´s Bolivia!´´ a lot. We flew from La Paz to Sucre - can we take liquids on the flight? Yes, It´s Bolivia! ...

I need more time!, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

I need more time!

A travel blog entry by meganfisher

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I love Bolivia. I wish I could stay here longer. It is on my list of places to come back to for sure. I made it safely to Sucre, but it was a tiny adventure to get here. As I mentioned in my last post, I took a night bus from Tupiza to Sucre. I have heard ...

Mines a beer, Sucre and Potosi, Bolivia travel blog

Mines a beer

A travel blog entry by mhistie

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... saga) we met the miners for few pre party drinks, "Que es su nombre?" Martin questioned, we duly responded. "Tu gusta Bolivia?" "Si,Si" we enthusiastically replied. They beamed with pride. Moments later after a couple more sips of Cerveza, "Tu gusta ...

The White City of Bolivia, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

The White City of Bolivia

A travel blog entry by kmtour09

... , couldn´t get comfortable again!!!!  Arrived in Sucre, very tired and stressed around 6am!!!! However Sucre is a very pretty city, the constitutional capital of Bolivia, the hotel was terrific, very comfortable and we even had a bath in the ...

Sucre, Hauptstadt von Bolivien, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre, Hauptstadt von Bolivien

A travel blog entry by roli-on-tour

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Sucre, e Stadt mit nur traditionell wisse Gebaeude im Zentrum. Chli am Maert gsi und i de Stadt. Schoen, aber kei usserwoehnlichi Ereignis und somit au nur 1 Nacht da und noed meh ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre

A travel blog entry by david_irina

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... ;л дня. ---------------------------------------------------------- On our way to Santa Cruz we stopped in Sucre. This is an official capital city of Bolivia. The city is located on multple hills, looks tidy. All the houses in the ...

The White City, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

The White City

A travel blog entry by globalfootprint

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... city, is considered by many to be Bolivia's capital.To explain, Bolivia has two capitals, La Paz and Sucre, as Sucre is the city where Bolivia's independence was first declared many people see it as the heart of  the country.Therefore we traveled ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre

A travel blog entry by niallquaid

got rained in here really so just chilled out. had lots of beer and food with christoph and jeff for 3 days. lost lots at poker/drinking game. oh went to the mirrador excellent views. thought the city was beautiful a lot more wealthy that potosi. it ...

Sucre, a sweet city..., Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre, a sweet city...

A travel blog entry by camille_simon

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... city, but this time we have been good! We went to visit 2 museums: Casa de la Libertad (where the independance of Bolivia was declared) and the anthropological museum, where you see loads of mummiess, deformed skulls (as the upper-class Incas used to do) ...

Potosi to Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Potosi to Sucre

A travel blog entry by amyabroad

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 We had one last morning to spend in Potosi before heading to Sucre, so I decided to check out the coin museum (which used to be the mint), which had been closed yesterday.  I found out that you had to take an official tour, and could not ...

ricoletta, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

ricoletta

A travel blog entry by eskimostephie

well today, i went for brekkie in the restaurant we had tea in last night. the view is amazing of the whole of sucre, so at 8.45 i was sat with a fresh juice with my feet up on the chair and was completing some homework. ding dong this is the life eh. in ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre

A travel blog entry by bron_and_eli

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Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre

A travel blog entry by juliafg

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... einen Strassenhund, gefunden haben, der uns den halben Tag verfolgt hat und immer vor den Geschaften auf uns gewartet hat. Sucre ist eine wunderschoene Stadt mit dem scheonsten, parkaehnlich angelegten Friedhof, den wir je gesehen haben. Ausserdem gibt es ...

Sophisticated Sucre and Poor Potosi, Sucre and Potosi, Bolivia travel blog

Sophisticated Sucre and Poor Potosi

A travel blog entry by laurenmckowen

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... , we were seated at the bottom and our seats were wide and this time went right back like a bed, it was amazing!!!!! Arrived in Sucre at 7:30am, went straight to the hostel, dumped our bags and rushed to a bus stop to catch a bus to a famous market which ...

Potosi to Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Potosi to Sucre

A travel blog entry by risint

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... incompetent (if not stealing a bag here and there!). Luckily we were in another hostal further down the road and had no problems. Well, we all left the next day: D&S to east of Bolivia and us to Tupiza... the land of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance ...

Sucre, sweet as!, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre, sweet as!

A travel blog entry by blownaway

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... een eigen bedrijf. Vooral de Nederlanders vielen ons erg op. Je had Café Amsterdam, Café Florin, 'off-road Bolivia' (voor quad-/mountainbike- en motortours) en Bolivia Specialist (tourbureau), met andere woorden bijna alle populaire backpackerzaken ...

Sucre, Sucre, Bolivia travel blog

Sucre

A travel blog entry by hotteawhereever

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... of the bus and grab our stuff and climb over the landslide! Never had i seen anything like it! What an experience!!! Sucre was a great place to hang for a few days and chill....whilst we were there the local students were demonstrating! Apparently out ...

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