Las Torres Hostal

San Alberto No.19, Sucre, 335, Bolivia | Hostel
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Sucre

A travel blog entry by hasemeyer

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... a nap as it was the 4th of July and we had plans to bon fire later that evening with another American we met. An hour or so went by and then I woke up scratching. You guessed it! BED BUGS AGIAN! That makes our 7th encounter with the devils in under a year. Immediately, we went through our cleaning drill and switched rooms. So much for the 4th. The bugs took the party out of ...

Sucre and Spanish Lessons

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared

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... at the market for lunch. A few people had told us about mani soap (peanut soup) so all the girls decided to try it out, it's as good as we had heard. Now it was time for school and we were lucky enough to have a great teacher called Veronica. We won't go into details, but after 3 hours we were both drained and well confused. That night we ate at home before heading out to a bar to watch a documentary on Chavez, the last president of Venezuela who died recently. We ...

High and Dry

A travel blog entry by stewy08

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... jam with a generous covering of ants. 'Well you get what you pay for in this world' I offer to Karen who isn't talking to me much. Changing planes in Santa Cruz, we arrive in Sucre, Bolivia in the late afternoon and immediately the place reminds us of a spaghetti western. A dry, arid landscape with cactuses and plains that seem to go on forever, it is easy to imagine the famed Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid getting up to no good around the ...

Sucre - Mountain Biking

A travel blog entry by lpringle

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... to take us back in time for our coach to La Paz... When we asked our guide he looked worried and said the busses were there but no drivers and it turned out the drivers had gone to a party in the village and got drunk... With the prospects of us catching our coach looking slim we started to ask locals if we could ride in their jeeps back up to the village where we could get a cab to sucre. One man agreed and as 9 of us started piling into his boot another ...

Denver, the last dinosaur!

A travel blog entry by lyndsey-martin

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... this request which has been politely, but firmly declined.

We had a trip around the market after lunch, and bought some veggies and pasta to make ratatouille for dinner. Needless to say, we gave the meaty section of the market a wide berth.

On our return to the hostel, we met some more people from the UK, but this time, a slightly aggressive Irish chap and three awful 18 year olds from the south, named, Daisy, Minty, and Binty (okay, so I can't remember ...

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