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... we had a splurge and rented out a two bedroom flat with its own kitchen - giving Sara no excuse not to cook Christmas lunch. When we arrived we were surprised to find a community of Mennonites had descended on the market area around our hotel. As of 2012, there were about 70,000 Mennonites living in Bolivia and are mostly of German and Dutch descent. It was a strange sight seeing hundreds of identically dressed men and ...
... explains why when we bought a bus ticket for 2:30 we didn't actually leave until 4. Apparently you can buy a ticket for whatever time you want, it just doesn't mean that's when you'll actually get to leave. This has been a common theme in South America; they will tell you anything they think you want to hear! Thankfully the bus to Sucre is only about 3-3.5 hours and we still made it to Sucre at a decent hour. We didn't have accommodation booked but we found a place relatively easy. ...
... lightbulb that dangles from the ceiling fan, the floating plug socket at eye level, and numerous other dangly or hanging disasters waiting to happen! But for all its shortcomings, I did get a complimentary Zimmer frame in the room! YES! Seriously not complaining though! The room is £13 a night, with breakfast. I've got free wifi, the shower was surprisingly really nice and I have an en suite bathroom and air con! I'm in ...
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For the data/trivia collectors among my friends and acquaintances...
The Cordillera de los Frailes stretches along the north-eastern parts of Potosí Department bordering the north-western Chuquisaca Department. It consists of mainly two parts: the western region is a volcanic field of ...
... Sunny (the Canadian) started the (apparently 3 hour) hike to the north in the morning but the first half an hour was almost vertically uphill and Sunny called it a day after about 15 minutes of panting his way up! So I ploughed on alone and struggled a bit with the altitude and climbing but more so with dogs and directions! To clear that up a bit more for you I firstly got chased by a pack of dogs which was a slightly terrifying experience and then got lost on ...