Backpackers Sucre Hostel
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First night here in sucre moving hostels tomorrow :)
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Tonight was a blast! First I attended a cooking class at the school. We learned how to make an authentic Bolivian dish called ckocko de pollo! There were about 20 people attending the meal and it was a tight squeeze but it was wonderful. I met a wonderful person from the Netherlands, named Esme, and I got to know Andy (from England), whom I had already met through the school. The two of them were staying in the same hostel, Kultur ...
... oddly okay, as if I was expecting it to happen. I took my baggage receipt to the desk and he quickly assured me it was still in Miami and that I would be able to pick it the next day. Thankfully, he spoke English, so I was able to convey to him that I was leaving for Sucre that day and would need the luggage delivered to that airport instead. It was no problem, they were very kind and made sure it would be delivered. I also realized that there was silver lining in all of this. I ...
... Sucre Spanish School) that had been recommended to us and we both signed up for lessons starting the next day. Me to start learning the language now I had spent three months in South America and picking up bits and Alex to brush up on his Spanish so he starts sounding more like a local than a gringo. We spent the rest of the afternoon chilling at the hostel watching some tv after our long bus ride. For the rest of the week we had Spanish class from 2pm to 6pm ...
... at the hotel every 15 minutes and briefing the receptionist to keep her there if she made it back.
Ian reasoned that whilst Sarah had no cash she did have cards. He reasoned that whilst she may not remember the name of the hotel she surely remembered that it was directly opposite the Central Market. He reasoned that in the absence of a map she did have google maps on her phone. Then he remembered that map reading skills is a skill she has chosen not to pursue ...
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