Parador Santa Maria la Real
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I felt like I was taking a step back in time as we entered into the hotel. THe rooms were set up colonial times. The view from our room was of the cathedral as the surrounding city. Special!!
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One of the trickiest airports to land at due to high altitude (9528 ft) and possible cloud/fog in the mountains. I believe planes can only land from one direction, so the wind must comply. The planes skim the mountain tops and possible low visibility, just before the runway.
On our way out we were delayed …
This morning I walked round Sucre looking for running trainers and gym clothes (though didn't buy any). I had a siesta in the afternoon and Tom arrived around 5ish from Potosi. We had a couple of beers then went for dinner with Daniel (other English guy) to Condor, a vegetarian restaurant down the road. Clair (who I met in Salta and Tom met in Rio) came up to the hostel for a drink ...
... pasta. Once the children had left we offered to do the washing up (in cold water), one of the ladies that ran the place came in and told us we were being very quiet.. Don't think she expected us to out some music on and have a massive sing song in the kitchen... We definitely provided some entertainment. Back in sucre Nat and I went up to the view point which looked over the city. We then headed back down passing soooo many Beetle ...
... boiled egg, boiled potato, and lettuce salad with peanut salsa...met some lovely people from my school who are staying at the hostel round the corner (who all think I'm mental for going on my retreat next week!). The hostel had some pretty sweet traditional Bolivian dancing last night which was nice, along with the biggest beer I've ever had in my life! Biggest spanish ...
... so I was just laying in my bed until late afternoon and then got some food.
Waking up the next morning, I still couldn't breath, but I switched to coca tea which really helped me feeling better.
One of my friends and me made our adventurous way out of the city to find the siete cascadas. We've only heard from people how amazing it is out there and how easy it is to get there. Because we wanted to save money, we ...