El Rey Palace Hotel
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... as I tell them it's not very good. I laugh back as I understood him paying me out, so I playfully hit him in the shoulder, and they all laughed hysterically as they realised I could understand them... Haha. A very strange, but funny 2 minutes of ordering food, and we were off back towards the ticket gate, again. The ticket guard then tells us we can't pass as we haven't checked our luggage in through the company. We were over it by now and stormed backed over to the office window ...
... glorious hot sunshine is slightly mind boggling. After the cycling, you're taken 10 minutes down the road to a hostel with a pool for lunch and a swim; delightful. As I seem to have done a few times this trip, I again felt I'd won the group lottery. Lots of good banter throughout. It's a great fun day and I would recommend both doing it and the company I did it with, Altitude biking to anyone. Just check the weather before you ...
... I was so glad when he said only 20 mins left. I thought I'd see for the last bit if I could go a bit faster but it wasn't happening! Very relieved to get to the end and get my T-shirt! I was so tired! My hair was soaked - I get so sweaty! After some photos and decluttering our gear we drove to a hotel with a pool but unfortunately it wasn't sunny! Had a buffet lunch then was going to get in the pool but it wasn't very clean so instead had a super ...
... buildings and important stuff is in La Paz, Sucre is in fact the official capital. People also say it is the nicest city in Bolivia. It is a colonial town with lots of pretty white buildings and history that we didnt bother to actually learn about. This was because we needed to save room in our brains for all our new knowledge we were about to get taught., specifically Spanish.
That's right, we were going back to school. Again. This time we ended up ...
... Moon Valley, a moon-like landscape outside of the City given its name by USA's Neil Armstrong in the 1970's. It reminded us very much of Bryce Canyon in Utah, just not red. We then visited a Bolivian potter who uses the clays from the area to produce fine works which are inspired by his Spanish & Bolivian roots. We tried a glass of Bolivian red wine there too which was quite good. Later we visited the town square Plaza Murillo. ...