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... a little more. *Corumba- After the first 20 hr bus ride, we arrive at the border town of Brazil & Bolivia. We get off the bus at night, with no hostel booked. We spot an English couple as we get off, who we have a chat with. Then a dirty homeless man with only 2 or 3 teeth greets us and offers to direct us to a hostel. He speaks perfect English. We can't believe it. We have no wifi and not many other ideas, so decide to give him a chance. He is a Greek guy, and ...
... slightly more laid back and less conservative atmosphere than our previous destinations. We spent a couple of nights here and I must admit that all we did was party and eat. However, we did visit our first Bolivian market and somehow managed to buy three days worth of food (for three people) for roughly 5 pounds. Matthias and I went for a run on our last night and chose the main plaza as the most sensible spot, to our surprise at this point, about 9pm, it was flooded with Bolivian ...
... and scrub a loo. On top of that the common area seems to have had fleas as Adams ankles are peppered with bites, too many to be mozzies. May I point out I am flea free :) So off to Sucre we went to a hostel that had a '9.2, wonderful' rating on booking.com, fingers crossed! Food: We dived in head first in Quijarro by ordering what everyone else ordered in the cafe. Not that the poor bloke understood, for us to be able to order anything else. Bolivians eat their ...
... was recommended since we were going to visit the mine in Potosi. Hmm that put things into perspective but will go into more detail later and then someone put on Red Dawn which was ridiculous. But it was the first time that I've watched tv/films while travelling, something I've been avoiding. We did visit the Francisco monastery which had lots of pretty flowers and lemon trees. But it was very plain compared to other monasteries I have seen in South America. The tour was in Spanish ...
... because it was boiling and we couldn't get the window to open! That was going to be the line for me and I was going to say **** it, lets get another bus, but thankfully we managed to open it from the other side. We sat down, and calmed down, and then were soon on our way. The roads were pretty windy, and there was often a severe drop down the side, but the scenery was incredible. It soon got dark though, and after a couple of ...
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