San Marino Royal Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Sucre
... with Liz and dave, we are really liking them! Then picked up our laundry and got a gelato with maddi and james. Then we went to the market and bought donations for the orphanage. We got powdered milk and nappies and fruit for them. Steph and I chilled out for a bit, and then went to the orphanage. It was such an unreal experience. The kids were so much happier and well then I expected. I played ...
... is also a bar and restaurant. Andy invited me to come along to a Bolivian cultural dance performance that the hostel was hosting that evening. I went along with a handful of other students from the school, whose names I cannot recall.
The dance performance was amazing! I do not know enough about the culture to describe it but I took many photos and some video to help demonstrate to you all how magnificent it really was.
... Dorms schlafen werden, um in den darauffolgenden Nächten wir ein Dorm nur für uns fünf haben werden. Leider hatten Teresa und Kristian kein Glück mit ihrem Dorm. Dort wurde bis in alle früh Party gemacht und an Schlaf war gar nicht zu denken. Wir drei hatten etwas mehr Glück und konnten entsprechend einige Stunden Schlaf finden.
Am Frühstückstisch sah man Teresa und Kristian an, dass sie aufgekratzt waren. Wir ließen sie sich noch ein ...
... seats aren't the most generous for legroom but we make do and get comfortable for the long trip to Uyuni. It's fairly warm inside the bus and we are really hoping they decide to switch on the air con. Around three hours go by of us going in and out of napping and it's starting to turn into a sauna up top. We are getting close to Potosi but the driver is going so slow for what seems to be no reason. Leesh gets fed up with the heat and heads down and asks the driver ...
... they tasted like chewing grass (I imagine). Not amazing, but bearable and as we were about to experience later in Bolivia they do help a lot with altitude sickness, so we better started to get used to them. It's a bit strange because shortly after chewing them (and spitting them out again) your mouth starts to go a bit numb as if you had just been to the dentist. We also were told that as of now we would officially fail a drug ...