Capital Plaza Hotel
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We arrived in lovely Sucre. Possibly the prettiest city in Bolivia. Not really much competition. The city, of course, is of great historical import to the Bolivians - it was here that their independence was declared. However, more interesting to Dominic was the Cretaceous Park - the dinosaur park, with over 5000 dinosaur footprints. The footprints of all types of dinosaurs were visible ...
... city's bus terminal a bit... Since the silver has dried up, the city has even slipped into poverty... Something which was probably unimaginable 500 years ago. So, we finally arrived into Sucre just before 9pm... All trying to work out where we were in relation to the centre and where we were hoping to stay... The gang decided on the party hostel in the town centre, which I didn't particularly fancy, seeing as I was still in a state of recovery from my salt ...
My last few entires have been heavy, because the journey of emotions on a trip like this can fluctuate greatly. But as I've settled into my new meditation routine each morning, and travelled through Bolivia with my new Vipassana friends, I have had a few weeks of great calm and happiness. Right now I am in Sucre, the beautiful town of white colonial architecture that is the perfect mix of a low-key big city. My average days have been full of lazy ...
On Saturday we decided that we wanted to get the most out of our Spanish Classes and moved from Kultar Berlin Hostel to a Homestay. Here we stayed for 4 nights and our Spanish definitely improved because of that. Mother Judith, daughter Camilla and all other people that lived in the house did not speak English. Quite difficult if you want to have a bit of conversation during the tasty lunches (that were included in the total price of B$84pp). At ...