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... as it was in fact St Patrick's Day! There we ate chips and drank beer and cocktails. It was not cheap but it was fun.
The next day, Ken did some organising and looked up the tour options we'd been given by helpful people along our journey. One was the Che Trail, following Che Guevara's movements and the place where he was assassinated. This is a three day tour, taking in countryside well outside of Santa Cruz. We decided that it would take too ...
... blonde hair blue eyes walking around a Bolivian agricultural market. Shunning any form of modern life (electricity, motor vehicles, mobile phones), apparently they only come to town twice a year to pick up necessaries they can not get where they live in the Gran Chaco (remember that?!). They seemed to judge Sara presumably as she was showing off some knee, but also maybe because she was sharing a room with two ...
... of labour and skill required to do such a job. With our mine tour over we were headed for the bus station to catch a bus to Sucre, the official capital city of Bolivia. Apparently this is more for sentimental value as all parliament has long moved to La Paz which is the true hub of the country. We were told buses leave for Sucre every hour and we could have bought tickets on many different buses. Considering that, there wasn't much movement in the bus station. Nor were there many ...
... s roll from one point of view for 24 hrs.
I 'm using my eyes and my mind to make a 24/7, 365 days a year, continuous impression of this amazing panorama that was offered to me by Bolivia, by Sucre, by the 'case pueblo' and by my host & friend Ryan. What a film that would make? Boring to most, probably. Enlightening to the ...
We arrive in Santa Cruz to be surprised by the weather - having expected the warm and humid weather that the region is known for (and much of the reason we chose to travel here), we are greeted by cold and rain! Despite this, Santa Cruz turned out to be a lovely city, although without a huge amount to see or do.
Our first day in the city happens to be a Sunday, and as a result absolutely everything is closed. This forces us ...