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... the hostal or the taxi drivers, etc. Despite our expectations we also felt pretty safe most of the time and we never got robbed or stolen and didn't even encounter a critical situation. Another fact that made the journey so amazing were definitely the diverse and fascinating landscapes as well as the historical places we saw. We could travel from tropical lowlands to desert highlands, raft down wild streams, relax at the beach and climb ...
... of pork, hacked up chicken, awesome chorizo and grilled pork intestine complete with Saturday mornings breakfast intact. Marg and I pass on this one but Dylan gives it a go....The band continues to crank out the tunes but are now showing signs of physical and mental fatigue, we buy them a round and they give us a great encore that has everyone dancing. They now somehow manage to regroup, pack up and load onto the flat deck truck that will take ...
... hot drink and a empanada! We couldn't find anything we liked enough to buy so we spent the rest if the afternoon back at the hostel organising our next few days.! We wanted to try an Indian restaurant recommended in our guide book for dinner, so we walked all the way there then it was closed! :(. Dammit so we walked back and found a different place to ...
... environment even if it's for your safety (Just ask Mark, he kept taking off his hard hat and getting in trouble). I didn't realize until the next day how hard I had to work during the tour, when I woke up with very sore muscles. So sore I could hardly walk and raise my arms. Even the death road bike didn't hurt me. Even the inca trail didn't hurt me! But the mine in Potosi hurt me. And not just my muscles. As interesting as being inside a mine can be (it's relatively interesting!) ...
... drew me here or why was my energy
I really feel like the 6-year old child again with eyes full
of wonder and a thousand “why”-questions.
Today my new friend/landlord/guide, aka Ryan, has shown me
around the MERCADO CENTRAL and the MERCADO CAMPESINO in Sucre. Though I have
the experience of this type of markets from different Arabic countries, from
Turkey, Indonesia and many more, it is always a big surprise. The sheer ...