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Concepcion is the last township in the Jesuite Mission Circuit where we have a look at the church. On this mission trail nearly all churches have a comparable construction style, because they were all designed by or after the ideas of Father Martin Schmid. Quite an interesting design, like a big Swiss chalet or a market hall with an enormous open space in the middle so everyone can see what is going on. Maarten actually takes a look at the ...
... 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 ...
... him that was going in the blog! Urgh. Outside of a little shopping and spending more on food and accommodation, Sucre doesn't have much to offer the traveller. After 2 full days of wandering aimlessly and doing some shopping we were officially bored. Not that I'm complaining. We haven't exactly had time to relax during this trip. I'm now in need of a vacation! Just outside of Sucre is an area called Cal Orka. Cal Orka is home to a dinosaur park. Yep, you read that correctly: a ...
... as San Diego and me don't speak Spanish at all. We arrived in what looked like a private pub and in the beginning it was a bit dodgy. I felt actually safe, because I had NY and SD with me.
We paid a little entry fee and then got free drinks all night long. Unfortunately they only had a cheap rum and fernet branca (which I really really really don't like) and coke.
Dancing to salsa music and enjoying ourselves, watching the ...
... and heart and hair and eyes, like Tabarly, asked me straightforward at one point:" Aren't you lonely, Berti?" And in my Jesuit-manner, I asked him, whether he was sad or melancholic sometimes? There is the answer. Yes, most of the time "being alone", solitude, is a very positive, very energetically strong feeling, but being human this ...