Hostal Colon 220
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Tom and I walked to the bus station after breakfast and bought two cama bus tickets to La Paz for tomorrow. Had a walk round the city and a sleep in the afternoon. Went to 'Florin', the Dutch owned restaurant for dinner with Tom and Daniel. Watched some traditional Bolivian music with those two and an American guy called 'Dove', who Tom did the salt flats tour with. Still not feeling quite ...
... of a couple of people at the hostel and getting fairly written off, well you have to be a backpacker sometimes when you're on the road, not to the giddy heights of BA, though I'm not sure that my body could have accepted such carry-on even after this long, just thinking of it makes me hungover.
Anyway, from Sucre it is a night bus to La Paz, the big smoke, to be outlined next time I find a spare minute or two, until then, hope you enjoyed reading.
Until next time.
... say "Palto" to one of the rather large ladies who was serving on one of the stalls. When I asked though, I didn't get any response from her and she just stared laughing at me. We took that as being a no and continued searching. It was only later that we realised that I was saying the words "Parto" and not "Palto" to her and after looking the word up, it transpired that I was actually saying "Childbirth" to her and not Avocado.....no wonder she started laughing at me. ...
... on the outskirts of La Paz and constantly checking that the horn worked (it felt like!) before arriving at a street bus station on the other side of la Paz. We appeared to pick up several boxes and a couple of other people and then made out way out of the local streets, eventually ending up on some better roads. At just after 3:30am we pulled up at a rest stop/ toilet break (with pretty rotten facilities "out back") and left at 3:50am We then seemed ...
... market, it wasn't huge but there seemed to be stalls selling everything.
We headed back towards the centre and Plaza 25 de Mayo in search of somewhere to eat. There were a few cafe restaurants round the plaza but we headed down a side street towards Abis Patio which had good reviews.
The place was packed and we were lucky enough to get the last available table. The menu looked fantastic and it was hard to choose but in ...
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