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Camino del Peregrino, nr.10, Sucre, the Road of the Pilgrim… that’s where “unknowingly” and unwillingly, but happily, I found a resting
place, in a house less “built up” than “grown out” of the earth, as if
remembering all its ancestral shapes, colours and textures through the vision
of its creator, Ryan. Co-incidence? When we consider the meaning of this word
as “happening together”, then yes, but not ...
... bit sooner, so as not to waste too much time in the same place. Enough of the bad news, onto some of the more enjoyable elements. It's clear from just a walk down the street that it's a different country entirely from Brazil and Argentina. We spent a lot of time in big cities in Brazil so maybe our perception is skewed a bit, but Bolivia seems more like the South America we'd envisioned. A bit dirtier, dustier, cheaper, colourful, ...
... driver didn't understand my **** attempt at Portuguese; and getting someone else's chewing gum all over my favourite pair of socks. The second time was crossing the border from Brazil and into Bolivia. I left the Pantanal on Saturday afternoon, taking a death-defying jeep ride back to the main road. The jeep was even more past it than the one we'd taken into the flood plain: this one took several attempts to splutter to life and it stalled when we slowed down to go ...
... with cheese), as well as fish and plantain soup. After three days of total relaxation and new experiences we were ready to catch the overnight bus to Santa Cruz, on the next stage of our journey towards Brazil. We look forward to spending time with Liam’s daughter and son-in-law in Ribeirao Preto and especially to seeing the grandchildren, Alana (almost 4) and 7-month old twins, Adam and Luisa, whom we will be meeting for the first time.
Liam and ...
... the average wage of the rest of the city! We made it out of the mines with a different perspective on Potosi and an idea of what was to come in the rest of Bolivia. That same day we dropped by the bus station to make our way to our next destination which is the capital of Bolivia - Sucre (La Paz is the administrative capital). After another painfully cheap bus ride with an absolutely breathtaking view of the Bolivian Andes we arrived in Sucre, a beautiful city (by Bolivian standards) ...