San Marino Royal Hotel
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- Free parking
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Travel in Bolivia is full of unique challenges and one that was rumoured to be in play while we were here was roadblocks related to striking teachers, transportation workers, farmers, etc. Miners were the scariest group since they chewed copious amounts of coco leaves in order to remain stoned to cope with the poor working conditions in Bolivian …
... interesting to see the prints dating back 68 million years.
For those interested in a little history here's a little info - A diverse population of dinosaurs were living on and stomping around in the soft clay. As the clay dried, the footprints left behind by the dinosaurs ossified into stone and eventually disappeared under layers of sediment. Shifting tectonic plates have thrust the expansive Andes mountain range up through the middle of the South American ...
... English couple who said they were going to watch a film at a different bar later so I went to meet them there but outside bumped into a German girl, Maike, who I met in the cooking class. We sat down for a drink before the film and then a load of other vaguely linked travellers turned up and the night turned into a messy pub crawl. Everyone says I'm the spit of Hollywood 'B-lister' Vince Vaughn. I'm not so convinced, but it's certainly a source of mirth..
I managed ...
... USD80 so money well spent.
At 9am we got picked up at the hostal by a guy who is taking us on the mine tour. Alberto is a 3rd generation miner (who subsequently learnt English and is now a tour guide). The tour was eye opening, heart breaking and possibly the stupidest thing I have done in my life to date. On the tour was another couple from our hostal.
First stop was the miners market. Here you can ...
After a night sleep on the bus we popped into Sucre. A super relaxing (and warm) town that used to Bolivia's capital. We grabbed a taxi with our new Polish friends and ended up and some mom and pop hostel that looked pretty nice. But little did we know the horrors to come... We settled in, took a shower and went out to watch a FIFA game. After the game, we went back to our hostel ...