Capital Plaza Hotel
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Arrived in Sucre. Scarfie Town. Had a good look around. Had a chocolate pancake for lunch. We went out for dinner. Group started to bond. Allen's birthday. Lots of alcohol. Tres litres of Huari Lots of shots and dancing. Went to a karaoke bar. Place was pretty filthy. Home by 5 ...
... the Karaoke with some friends we met back in Peru. Unfortunately I then was hit by gastroenteritis. As usual I made a terrible patient. The rest of my time in Sucre was spent in bed recovering. Sadly I missed out on going to see the nearby dinosaur footprints. However Matt has now promised me that he will take me to see some in ...
The altitude sickness improved further with the slight descent to Sucre which is apparently regarded as the nation's symbolic capital. Really pretty town, which still has strict building regulations in place to maintain its charm. A lovely day wandering around, climbing vantage points for different views of the ...
... our first stop over here.
The Devils Miner is playing at a local restaurant make shift upstairs theatre. This documentary is a sad statement to the continuous nasty labour practices that have taken over eight million lives over 450 years in Potosi. It is said that there was enough silver produced at this mine to make a bridge made of silver from South America to Spain. This at the cost of the families, lives and lives lost in the highest city in ...
... discovered downstairs they sold a chocolate cake and wholly **** it was amazing! I scoffed it in our way out! Both as indecisive as each other. We walked to the market, I wasn't too keen to have street food but we had a peanut soup which didn't taste anything like peanut soup but was only 5 bolivianos. They had a maracuya juice and combo with the cake I was stuffed! We then decided to walk up to the viewpoint - quite steep at the end. Walked around the little ...