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... for a walk into the square at 12 but was pretty dead, so after a short taxi excursion and a playful street dog we were back at the hostel and in bed by one. 5th August We heard some good news today as we had our breakfast.. Tomorrow is Bolivian Independence Day!!! A huge holiday for the entire country, and what better place than the capital of Bolivia to celebrate with them, cracked it!! This news kicked off one of the best days Iv had ...
... truck driver. We squashed up in front with him atop his truck for a four hour drive, and he shared some words of wisdom that only people in their ripe 60's can share, as we drove through the snowy mountain pass that would land us in the town of Pongo.
From Pongo we managed to find ourselves another truck, the driver's name has escaped me, that would take us to the outskirts of Cochabamba. By the time we reached Cochabamba's beginnings we were ...
... at the hostel the lady said our room wasn't ready but we could pay not much more and have our own suite. We took the upgrade and found ourselves in a room to match a decent hotel. It was huge and came with a writing desk and couch along with a large bed and enough room to swing a stray dog. We also had a walk in robe and ensuite, loving it. After unpacking for the first time since leaving Melbourne, well why wouldn't you, we headed off to find breakfast at the local ...
Another gorgeous fresh but brilliantly sunny day.
Finally found the hidden tourist office – they don’t think
to put up a sign outside – doh! They told me where to get the number 4 bus for
Parque Cretacico – corner of Junin 2 blocks from the office.
The local bus, which only cost 1.5bob, went through every
single congested local market on the 9km route ...
... used to in East 17. That's not to say we don't like it. It's nice to get off the beaten track and experience a truly different way of life. We thoroughly enjoy strolling through the colourful markets and buying dirt cheap fruit smoothies for about 30p each. We finish our 3 days in Sucre with a trip to el parque cretacico, a dinosaur park which contains the largest number of dinosaur footprints in the world. The tracks were discovered in 1994 when a ...
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