Address: Bolivar Esq Urcullo 128, Sucre, -, Bolivia | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Sucre

Espectáculo de danza

A travel blog entry by colleen.c-jayne on Jul 03, 2015

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... is also a bar and restaurant. Andy invited me to come along to a Bolivian cultural dance performance that the hostel was hosting that evening. I went along with a handful of other students from the school, whose names I cannot recall.

The dance performance was amazing! I do not know enough about the culture to describe it but I took many photos and some video to help demonstrate to you all how magnificent it really was.

Conclusion of the Airplane story!

A travel blog entry by colleen.c-jayne on Jun 29, 2015

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Before I continue my story, if you do not yet have the pleasure of knowing the series of events I had on Saturday (June 27) while trying to get to La Paz, be sure to read yesterday's entry first.

I landed in La Paz around 6:30 am Sunday morning (June 28, 2015). I knew I would need to obtain a visa and thankfully I had prepared for this ahead of time! I had all the necessary documents safely placed in a blue folder that I assume was last used circa 1998, since ...


A travel blog entry by helen_rae on May 08, 2015

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After another 4 hour bus ride we arrived in Sucre, another colonial city but much lower in altitude - I think about 2700m. Sucre was known as being the rich city where people that owned the mines/were high up in the mining industry used to live so the colonial architecture is a bit more grand than the surrounding areas. We checked into our Hostel and then made our way downstairs for some food. The hostel was called Kulture Berlin and yes was owned by a german guy. ...


A travel blog entry by emily26 on May 08, 2015

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... with the webpage. It was so slow. I'm hoping all is ok as I have my print off and reference number and if all goes well I'm very happy as it was very cheap. Much better to fly than get the bus on the scary road. So I had everything so then I decided I wanted to go to the dinosaur park. In this park they have found the most dinosaur prints in the whole world. They have found 10,000 prints. From 10 different dinosaur species. In 1998 they had discovered 5,000 footprints and ...


A travel blog entry by rinscosta on May 05, 2015

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... planning mistakes). The road is as dusty as we have not yet seen before. All sand with thick layers of dust, fine as talcum powder, spraying from under wheels as if it were water. After every upcoming truck we have to stop and wait until the dust has settled. The road is new, broad and generally well graded. So we can keep a reasonable speed, even better than on the bitumen with all the potholes. It winds itself through a breathtaking scenery, up to ...

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I found my princess
Sucre, Bolivia