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... about the poorest country in South America is that El Presidente Evo Morales is a right prick, and to circumvent that bothersome constitution the country was founded on, (which states you may only serve 2 consecutive terms in office) he quite outrageously renamed Bolivia...."The Republic of Bolivia".
Sucre itself is a nice little city in the in the lower half of the country currently enjoying bountiful sunshine, friendly locals keen to chat to a gringo and whilst it has a ...
... in the single digit temperature and making it look like he was mounting his flat peak cap with the word 'DOPE', the only thing he should mount is someone's fist to his face. Along with this was the usual jump shots and 'make it look like I'm holding you' shots (one of which I managed to stance bomb quite successfully) the guides were also very proactive in making you do a bunch of twitish poses.
Then it was a look at a salt museum and Dhaka rally monument which they are ...
... is a long-established program (more than 5 years). The meeting was short and we quickly got around to the point of having them show us around. The main economic interest is that they have been planting thousands of pine trees on the hillside for the purpose of harvesting. They've also moved a lot of their food production from animals to crops for stability. Water that they used to retrieve from the well at the bottom of a ravine is now pumped up ...
... a little ways down the road to the next village. In this case, they had seen what was going on in the first village and sought out a facilitator to help them. The meeting in this case didn't go quite as well. The translators couldn't keep in sync, the facilitator seemed a bit lost at times. He's relatively young and new, but has some work in front of him.
After the meeting we headed into the town ...
... age of the bus, the
steepness of the terrain and it was a rutted dirt road. It took us over 2 ½
hours to get to our starting point. Most of the walk was not too difficult and
mainly took us along tracks through farmland. We had a bit of a laugh at the
lady who collected the money for visiting the site. We were walking along a
track near a creek when our guide for the day stopped ...