Hostal Colon 220
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Harry has the Jurassic Park theme song running through his head. He has done since yesterday morning. The reason? Yesterday he went to Bolivia's answer to the Spielberg epic; Cretacious Park. Or El Parque Cretasico as it is called here. A brief history now, concentrate.
Millions of years ago, dinosaurs roamed the Earth. Some of them came to what was once a lake in the land that is now Bolivia. They frolicked, chased, hunted, frolicked some ...
... and blood moons, hammocks and Harry Potter in Spanish, morning meditations, elaborate lunch creations, salsa dancing, singalongs during afternoon thunderstorms, and deepening friendships with my new friends. It has been so slow-paced and relaxing, and rather than being the tourist that tries to get out and see everything, my friends and I are just enjoying each others company in a beautiful new place. Each day we may stumble across a museum, do a ...
The past week has been uneventful for the most part. In class we started learning about past tense and reflexive verbs, which meant nights of studying in order to master this language. However, I daily pass some of the most beautiful tourist attractions as I walk to class.
Less than a block away is the Universidad San Francisco ...
... taking pictures of the beautiful snow capped mountains, which surrounded the building, I sat at a table with my head on my bag hoping the spinning and nausea would stop as I suffered from altitude sickness. When it was time to board the plane the ill sensations had passed, thankfully. The flight was quick but it was the most beautiful view I had ever witnessed from an airplane.
When I landed in Sucre, I met Grace, who was there to welcome me. Grace is the secretary at the ...
... has been immaculately restored, located right on the plaza. It houses the first Argentina flag obtained during one of the many wars, Argentina tried for many years to recover the flag without success, portraits of all Bolivia's presidents which there are a lot of given the country is not that old. It was where Bolivia's independence was signed, though interestingly enough it did not include the signatures of the two revolutionary generals at the time being ...
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