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... into a chapel dedicated to the virgin. At this point we were 3600m above sea level. Apart from me having a tight chest, both of us were ok. From Chataquilla we started on the a Inca Trail to Maragua.
The village of Maragua is set in some sort of crater. The life here is still really provincial and incredibly removed from the city-life in Sucre. After a 2 hour hike at altitude, we rested in ...
... I cant finish my food and go to bed not knowing which end it's coming out.
Although I'm enjoying my time here it's becoming less like Sucre and more like Pucre. I think I've had some kind of illness three weekends on the trot. And when I say trot, it's the trots I'm suffering from as I type. This continuous malaise is really starting to **** me off. I've vowed to cut out the drinks at the family's table made with tap water. Normally I'm quite strict about ...
... br> Museums aside the temperature is very pleasant at 25 and the Plaza de Mayo is perfect for whiling away a few hours in the sun, book in hand. Similarly the town has an relaxed ambiance and fine array of colonial buildings, but more than two days here would not be necessary.
Overall I am not completely sure what to make of Bolivia. On the one hand it is very cheap, the buses are generally good, the scenery is rugged ...
... somewhat of a problem for me with regards to getting onboard. With my extravagantly large backpack strapped to my back hoisting myself up and over onto the truck proved impossible and the traffic was impatiently piling up and hooting behind us. Vince had to give me a hearty shove so that I plonked onto the truck, I hold no grudges, he did what he had to do. I then proceeded to squirm around like a dying beetle trying to free myself of the backpack. ...
... The city which is full of colonial buildings is a UNESCO world heritage site and a beautiful place to just spend a day wandering around. I also took some private Spanish lessons which were with by far the cheapest I have ever had (4.20 EUR per hour). I enjoyed watching protests on the city´s main square, were hundreds of workers from a cement factory gathered to change transport conditions to put more money in the driver´s pockets. Of all ...
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