Hostal Maria Victoria
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... never arrive. In the images you will note that the prints are found on vertical stone wall faces. Well these stone wall faces were once lying horizontal, and the entire area was a muddy swamp. A shift in the tectonic plates which formed the Andes, Himalayas and other mighty ranges, forced these parts of the ground up. The sediment compression is evident in the rock layers and spectacular to see. The dinosaur prints were not uncovered by paleontologist's ...
Leaving behind the the small desert oasis of San Perdro, that was it for my whirlwind trip to Chile, and while I certainly enjoyed my time there I will not miss the extortionate prices, but mercifully I was heading to the cheaper climes of Bolivia. To get me from the one of the most affluent countries on the continent to the poorest, was a 3 day 4X4 trip across the desert and to the incredible salt flats of Salada de Uyuni, via the many and varied lakes of the plateau.
It was ...
from at least 3 different types of dinosaurs. The surprising aspect was the
lack of protection where we were allowed to walk all over the site and even sit
in the large ones. We had our packaged lunch here before retracing our steps
and then travelling a bit further along the road until the bus appeared having
already picked up the other hikers. Not many ...
... you'll ever see. Add to this one of the best markets I've come across on my travels (freshly made fruit salads and fruit smoothies to die for) and you've got the kind of city you can live in forever.
But nothing is perfect and Sucre has a deep rooted problem. The levels of homelessness here are staggering, and there's no way to turn a blind eye. There isn't a single block without at least one beggar and there is no where to sit and enjoy ...