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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 …
... my now shrinking group of travel buddies. Together, after over 2 weeks of having been there, we finally visited the nearby dinosaur footprints, which have naturally been preserved for millions of years, and which were pretty impressive to see in person.
Concluding, I have to say that I really enjoyed my time in Sucre. It’s an absolutely beautiful city, which lets you explore Bolivian traditionalism, while still providing you with Western standards when you require ...
... marching through the city towards the plaza principal. They were milling around there all day, usually the protests disband at siesta but not today, it went all day long. We hung out around town, lunching in the market, packing our stuff and waiting for yet another night bus to Samaipata. With the weather turning grey today I'm looking forward to moving on and seeing what the rest of Bolivia has to offer. So far I've been pleasantly surprised, it's not at all what I thought ...
... like spike at the end of its tail. It was pretty amazing to think that these were 65 million years old. I'm not sure many countries would allow you to get so close to something so special. We ended up staying 6 nights in Sucre we liked it so much. It's a very picturesque city with lots of white wash buildings and a plethora of good restaurants and bars catering for the gringo crowd. And they even have friendly zebras to help you to cross the road... As we are ...
... that all the cars are shocking and due to the fact that they all have stickers saying things like 'Official cab', it's almost impossible to tell which are licensed and which aren't. The guy definitely overcharged us for the ride but didn't rob us which is something I suppose. Although I'd fancy my chances more against a Bolivian mugger as they're so small! Sucre is the one of the highest capital cities in the world, standing at a cool 2,750 metres above ...
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