Hotel Real Audiencia
Travel Blogs from Sucre
We slowed down the pace today And Bill took delivery of his prescription eyeglasses. I had a mani/pedi and hair trim. We visited the Casa de Libertad where the Bolivian Declaration of Independance was sitned. We ended the day with a great Italian meal at Monterosso. There is no sign that this is an Italian restaurant. You just ring the bell and are …
... the ones in Central America. We met Chris and Lauren for lunch, the plan was to go to the market and sample some local food; Lauren mentioned a place she had read about, a not for profit restaurant that she wanted to check out first. When we got there I was surprised to see so many white, wannabe hippies in there. Not my kinda place at all, plus there was only three lunch things on the menu. So it was off to the market for spicy peanut soup. A giant bowl for less than $1. Yum! ...
... Expensive for Bolivia but this was less than £9!!
even in a city of this size.
Not impressed with the cruddy bus, the timekeeping – why stop
for ½ hour at 9.30pm when we only left at 8.45pm – why don’t the drivers just
have dinner before they start work?? I spotted then how poorly balanced the
luggage was and the liquid leaking in a noticeable puddle in front of the bus –
hoping just radiator and not the brakes!
... 8221; she now gets for breakfast. Keeping up with our studies on the road has been much harder than expected, and I’m sure our Costa Rican 'profesors’ would be very concerned.
Regardless of what DH orders, we continue to be subjected to the Chilean diet of ham, cheese, and eggs that now appears to be a South American fixation. No sleep, too much ham and cheese, and a failed attempt at renewing our license to speak Spanish- I hope it’s not the ...