Capital Plaza Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Day one The beautiful white city of Sucre, the capital of Bolivia despite its government being located in La Paz. After and overnight bus journey from La Paz I arrived to Sucre at 830am and was thankfully able to check in early and hit the shower. I spent the day exploring with my new Swiss friend starting with a massive breakfast for just AUD$7. We checked out the local food markets walking through sections of fruit, red meats, chicken, party supplies, prepared meals and ...
... the day to educate people how to use the road crossing correctly. They dance around infront of the cars to stop them from going through red lights, tell drivers to put their seat belts on, greet everyone crossing with "hola" or "buenas dias" and are generally just really happy people. They have always put a smile on our face when we see them, and think that whoever came up with the idea is a genius! We are going to miss the zebras when we leave!
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... uncomfortable typing in personal questions. It was absolutely magical being in the absolute confidence of a group of 15 year-old boys (who by the way told me quite seriously that they'd never had a **** and asked me how to do it). They showed me their porn videos and I was given the opportunity to tell them that porn wasn't real and that the best sex involves communication and is a conversation. They asked me "what do girls like?" I told them that it depends on ...
... has been immaculately restored, located right on the plaza. It houses the first Argentina flag obtained during one of the many wars, Argentina tried for many years to recover the flag without success, portraits of all Bolivia's presidents which there are a lot of given the country is not that old. It was where Bolivia's independence was signed, though interestingly enough it did not include the signatures of the two revolutionary generals at the time being ...
... at the hotel every 15 minutes and briefing the receptionist to keep her there if she made it back.
Ian reasoned that whilst Sarah had no cash she did have cards. He reasoned that whilst she may not remember the name of the hotel she surely remembered that it was directly opposite the Central Market. He reasoned that in the absence of a map she did have google maps on her phone. Then he remembered that map reading skills is a skill she has chosen not to pursue ...