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Concepcion is the last township in the Jesuite Mission Circuit where we have a look at the church. On this mission trail nearly all churches have a comparable construction style, because they were all designed by or after the ideas of Father Martin Schmid. Quite an interesting design, like a big Swiss chalet or a market hall with an enormous open space in the middle so everyone can see what is going on. Maarten actually takes a look at the ...
... and people in general seemed to be better dressed or well off. This is a theme that continued. On our first day in Sucre, Mark took me on a ridiculously unintended tour of the city. And remember what I said about my sore muscles after the mine tour? It was torture. He was determined to find this restaurant recommended in his lonely planet (that damn book!) that apparently had the best full English breakfast. He said it was a few blocks away. Pretty sure those were his exact words. A ...
... as San Diego and me don't speak Spanish at all. We arrived in what looked like a private pub and in the beginning it was a bit dodgy. I felt actually safe, because I had NY and SD with me.
We paid a little entry fee and then got free drinks all night long. Unfortunately they only had a cheap rum and fernet branca (which I really really really don't like) and coke.
Dancing to salsa music and enjoying ourselves, watching the ...
... visit within Bolivia: Cochabamba. I tried to avoid reading about it, because I strongly believe in traveling with a completely(?) open mind, to gather as much original impressions as possible. But I had to prepare a little, in order to go and visit the motorcycle people from the Motorcycle Tours, and meet Cory.
I'll give you ...
... hour late leaving. The
flight was only half an hour and we were met at the airport by our new tour
leader who would be with us for the rest of the tour into Brazil. She was from
El Salvador but had spent a large amount of her life in Australia which made it
very easy for us to understand her. We were taken for an orientation tour of
the city. It was very pleasing to be in ...