Hostal Patrimonio - Sucre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to one of the saddest chapters in Sucre’s history: an episode of racial abuse and humiliation carried out against members of the city’s indigenous population, which resulted in the introduction of nation-wide anti-racism laws.
Once, I am through the plaza I pass many tourist shops until I reach the school. It is a very pleasant walk, which should only takes about 15 minutes. However, I find that I often stop and enjoy what is going around ...
... have to pay for the checked bag for the plane trip to Sucre!
Checking in for my flight to Sucre was easy. It was through a Bolivian company called Boliviana de Aviación. I had a 2 hour wait, which I thought would be calming but my body had other plans. You see, La Paz is located on the Andes’ Altiplano plateau and is the highest capital in the world. It is more than 3,500m above sea level! This was the one thing I did not prepare for. And instead of touring the ...
... refilled them with what was left in the blender. It was definitley a more locals market which added to the experience, we loved it! After filling our tummies we made it our mission to find as much authentic street food as we could. So we basically spent the day eating but did manage to fit in some sightseeing and even visited a museum! Andrew decided to stay in Sucre for a few more days so the 5 of us headed to the bus terminal and caught an overnight bus to La ...
... of all ages are busy in this process. Either sitting next to a little stall with peanuts and popcorn, razor blades and deodorants or clothing and food in all imaginable combinations, selling bags and gloves or eating churrasco. Some of them are begging or selling chewing gum, sitting in the middle of the pavement, with their little children around them, breastfeeding their babies. All of them are small (I am sure that is one of the reasons I like them so much), the ...
... also save every bit of breath and only say what is absolutely necessary…as for the food, we thought this was nice actually ! Very different from what we had so far, lots of home made soups and potato based dishes. Basic, but tasty ! And most of all, unlike their South American neighbours so far, Bolivians were really good at doing international food, so when you did get homesick and just craved a burger for once, it was ...