Hostal Colon 220
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today should be a good day! We have woken up and had breakfast, scrambled eggs like yesterday! Then went to our cafe and caught up on stuff. Today we are going quad biking this afternoon and doing a salsa lesson tonight! So our plans for the morning are just to sunbake! Had such a great night last night it was too funny. Sunbaking with Liz was lovely. Got some colour and enjoyed it, then the three of us went to cafe mirador on the hill again. Had an amazing ...
... monastery. We were given a guided tour in Spanish, which we both nodded and smiled at. There were some stunning artefacts and I think we'll do some reading up on what was there.,then to the indigenous art museum. That was stunning, the weaving is so intricate its almost impossible to understand how they figure out how to complete a piece. So we bought 2, joint accounted it and have our fingers crossed that they don't freeze the account as ...
... as -10 C which can cause the diesel to freeze if it is not properly mixed. Passenger cars run on gasoline here, the tourist agents don't have experience with diesel cars. Taking the quality of the diesel here into account we go around some shops chasing for bottles of additive. Marco advises us to buy everything we need here in Sucre, because Potosi and Uyuni are apparently out of the way places, without much choice. They don't grow bananas up there, you see. We will see ...
... in small groups. 4 boys where kneeled down throwing a stone or something on the ground, what ever it was about, they where very focused and I to it. Many where playing around with footballs. A small group of girls sitting close together, smiling, sharing food, sharing secrets, smile on their faces. Yet others where jumping and singing, clapping hands together with rhymes. No matter where I looked. They where happy, they where playing. Did our kids at home forget to truly play. It's ...
... difficult ». Oops, someone wasn’t happy that he didn’t pick up a new language in 5 seconds ;) Things got better of course on the following days and we took part in some of the school’s activites, like going to a Bridgestone cup football game (SA version of the Championsleague) and cooking Bolivian dishes. The rest of our time in Sucre was spent going to different markets and hanging out with Shannon, Alex, ...
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