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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 …
... there wasn't a track. As we reached the highest point (mt Crowy we named it) the views were amazing. Chilled for a few hours drinking Bolivian beer, watched the sunset and then the city of sucre come alive. Then to finish in fine fashion let a few fireworks off which echoed over the city, hard to explain but was an amazing experience and atmosphere up there, becoming good friends with all the people we had met a few hours earlier. Hiked back down a ...
... mine and he was lucky that an English guy met him and spent a week with him teaching him key words in English, he could then stop working at the mine and become a guide. His English was actually very good. Although we noticed he had a hunch back and looked quite young. He is obviously still oblivious to a lot of the health risks – he chewed on coca leaves and swilled on the alcohol like nobodys business to show us examples of ...
... changed us and then had the nerve to ask if we had paid, topping it all off with the sweetest of smiles.
We spent one night in Copacabana and the following morning took a three hour boat ride to Isla del Sol. This is a an island in the midst of the waters of Lake Titicaca, 14.3 square kilometres in size. It was regarded as a sacred refuge by the Incas and Aymara people and today is a place to explore the many Inca ruins left behind. Apart from the ...
... sleeves, begging for small change. Locals wearing sandals which look older than they are themselves walk up and down the hilly streets lugging heavy sacks of rugs, ponchos and scarves on their backs. Road workers repair the pavements with a hammer and chisel, little boys try to sell seeds to tourists to feed the pigeons, and I'm told a typical wage here is about £120 a month. Despite all this, the residents are proud ...
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