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Today I went for a walk round Sucre and Simon Bolivar park whilst listening to music. Received a message from Clair (who I met in Salta) who is now in Sucre and we're going to meet tomorrow with Tom. Went for dinner with Daniel (English) and the Australian couple (Alex and Alex) at Condor, a vegetarian restaurant and played trivial ...
... gawped at cows noses, tried and bought some amazing fruit and indulged in fantastically fresh juices at one of the many juice stalls. We had found Sucre to be a beautiful city of gleaming white colonial buildings and lush parks, where the hustle and bustle of La Paz melted away into the warm and relaxed air of this civilised metropolis. However, our trip was about to take us into the wilds of the worlds largest salt flats and arguably Bolivia's greatest natural wonder, ...
... his foot down on the pedal on the right we sped up and in a moment of confusion, disbelief and shock we hit the fluffy chubby little 'mix job' dog in the pack who wasn't paying attention. I felt our hilux jump up and down as we drove over his body. I heard yelping as all feeling from my head and limbs suddenly drained, and my throat filled up with a paralyzing lump. 'Did we hit the dog?' I asked with a quiver in my voice, no answer came. It was only ...
... Attenborough voice) can drink acidic water with all manners of toxic **** that no other creature can stomach, and they manage to filter it, leaching the toxins into their feathers hence giving them their their alluring pink hue.
As we stopped for the night at 4500m, a couple of people were hit with some sweet vomit inducing altitude sickness, not me, but I must say it makes you breathing a little ****** at these heights.
The next day was more brutal landscapes and ...
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available options tomorrow. Despite the poor presentation we decided to book
for a hike to the dinosaur footprints. The hotel we were staying at was right
next to the main square in an old colonial mansion which had heaps of old
colonial furniture. Unfortunately our room was nowhere near as good as the one
we had had in Potosi.