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been visited the museums today,
1. Museo Colonial Charcas. free admission fee
2. Museo de la Casa de la Libertad. Pay 15Bs but allowed me free fee.
3. Museo Convento de la Recleta. Paid 15Bs entry.
4. La Recoleta. (Chruch) adjoined no.3
5. Plaza la Recoleta. Just view of Sucre (been there three times)
6. Museo de Arte indigena ASUR. Paid 22Bs. My favourite visited today. Unforunately prohibited photo. ...
... which lasted 2 hours, to the delight of Dave he came out victorious. In the evening we decided to go all out with dinner and the four of us got a steak each which cost the equivalent of £1.50. We also made sweet potato chips and had Bruschetta to start with. To accompany the food we bought a bottle of rum and made our own versions of Caipirinha. We ended the evening as usual by playing Monopoly Deal but this time another couple joined ...
... it is to give your Mrs a clip if she misbehaved in Bolivia, shocked, it was only one beer before moving on.
But the last day was the business as we watched the sun rise over the salt flats showing its vast emptiness, and headed out to the flats proper. Now at this juncture I will say I wasn't immune to wanting to take some cool pictures with depth of field stuff, but the proliferation of utter cheese and douchbaggery really was a site to behold, including one ****wit ...
... t even finish his fries.
Opposite Abis Patio was SAS supermarket, the first western style supermarket we had come across in Bolivia. We were so full from lunch though that we didn't actually buy much.
We went back to the hostel and tried sitting out by pool for a bit but it got cloudy, windy and bit chilly. The internet connection was a bit better than average in Bolivia so we managed to update the blog.
... to a number of other dwellings. Living there are approximately ten people. Although it's hard to tell exactly, such are the comings and goings. The head of the household is Judith (Whoo-dit), a woman in her early fifties. Then there are her three sisters, her 17 year old daughter Camilla, her sister's 24 year old son, Nicholas, another sister's three year old son, and I think husband too. Oh, and not forgetting Grandma. So at least four generations under one roof and ...
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