Las Torres Hostal

Address: San Alberto No.19, Sucre, 335, Bolivia | Hostel
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This hostel is located on San Alberto No.19, Sucre.
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    Travel Blogs from Sucre

    ¡Lo siento, mi Español es malo!

    A travel blog entry by kevinhighdale on Nov 10, 2014

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... my new Bolivian mum! Every minute that passes, I realise more and more that I really don't have enough Spanish to live with a Bolivian family...oh well, I'm sure if Delfina has homestays she must speak SOME English...she doesn't...! We have the most awkward of "conversations" mostly consisting of me saying "No entiendo", "Lo siento" and "Mi Español es muy malo!". She shows me to my room and then hands me a Barbie towel and I feel like we have bonded! She knows ...

    Week 1 in Sucre

    A travel blog entry by curto on Nov 10, 2014

    17 photos

    ... high boots can't have helped, the male pass rates of her class would have interesting, and in hindsight perhaps a factor in her leaving to teach at a girls school.
    In direct terms my Spanish is at a point whereby I was able to understand and converse to a small degree with an old homeless man that approached me in the park, whose story made me part ways with a few bolivianos to help him buy 'antibiotics'. This, for those who know me travelling, who can term me as rather ...

    Desert by 4X4

    A travel blog entry by curto on Nov 03, 2014

    29 photos

    ... goods, a diversion from a truck protest and a Dutch friend having a rather impressively accurate and well placed spew at the front of the bus, looking forward to settling for a bit and having a rest, thankfully I have study to do because they have a well stocked, and temptingly cheap bar, and we don't need a repeat of the Buenos Aires saga, although I dear say a feral night or 2 is on the cards, more on that in the next entry potentially, but for now, I'm outies, beer O'Clock!
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    Dinosaur footprints

    A travel blog entry by daveanddale on Sep 25, 2014

    ... footprints
    from at least 3 different types of dinosaurs. The surprising aspect was the
    lack of protection where we were allowed to walk all over the site and even sit
    in the large ones. We had our packaged lunch here before retracing our steps
    and then travelling a bit further along the road until the bus appeared having
    already picked up the other hikers. Not many ...

    Sucre, Bolivia

    A travel blog entry by jarred.c on Aug 06, 2014

    29 photos

    ... has too big of a market share in Bolivia already. Even though there's plenty of fanta and lemonade which is made by coca cola, it's more about the image of coke in relation to America haha brilliant!). A massive parade was happening in the streets, me and Sean "night" climbed a tree in the park to get a good view (some Bolivians more interested in taking photos of the two long haired gringos in a tree than the parade itself). Was a massive parade, ...