Backpackers Sucre Hostel
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First night here in sucre moving hostels tomorrow :)
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The town of Sucre, also known as the White City, is the judicial capital of Bolivia and much smaller in population then La Paz.
Our travel group consisted of australians - John, Veronica and Ash, two Jens, one canadian and the other a scot living in NZ, Monica from the UK, Martin from Germany and Peter from the USA.
We arrived …
'Welcome to Sucre, Bolivia's official capital', the pilot announced as we touched down on the runway. A short bus ride took us into the heart of this still city characterized by old colonial style buildings and narrow streets, bustling with vendors and elderly beggars (there goes a chunk of my budget). Sucre is Bolivia's official capital, and has a large student population as it is also a university town. We explored the city and its many activities, before ...
... my new Bolivian mum! Every minute that passes, I realise more and more that I really don't have enough Spanish to live with a Bolivian family...oh well, I'm sure if Delfina has homestays she must speak SOME English...she doesn't...! We have the most awkward of "conversations" mostly consisting of me saying "No entiendo", "Lo siento" and "Mi Español es muy malo!". She shows me to my room and then hands me a Barbie towel and I feel like we have bonded! She knows ...
picked up at our hotel by an old bus which was our transport for our hike to the
dinosaur footprints. Three of us from the group had decided to go on this tour
and on the bus were a large group of Belgians who were doing a different hike
which was starting at a point before ours and they were ending at our starting
point. The trip was extremely slow going because ...
... and decided to grab some food on the way home a few hundred metres from my hostel. After waiting in a short queue to cross the road I took 3 steps and realised my phone was gone! In the crowd it was impossible to tell who took it so I was left going to get my pizza and ruing my need for food.
With my flight the next morning there was no time to try and track in down at a local market etc so I had to write off phone number two of the trip and head to Santa ...
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Calle Guillermo Loayza 119, Sucre | Hostelfrom $11
Calle Urcullo, 342, Sucre | Hostelfrom $11
Calle Bustillos # 113, Sucre | Hostelfrom $37
San Alberto No.19, Sucre | Hostelfrom $41
Colon 220, Sucre | Hostelfrom $23