Hostal Patrimonio - Sucre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... first time driving a quad bike, and I really enjoyed it. Very motivated to learn to drive a manual when I get home. After quad biking I was starving, so we went back to florin and had that amazing fish dish. Then to a salsa class at joyride! It wasn't very good, but I learnt a lot more then I knew before and it was free! Then we went to a brewery which was really boring, and back to florin for some drinks but nothing was panning out. So we went back to the ...
... comes out next week! So then back to the main square to go on the dino bus. Definitely not road worthy but then what is here and off to see dinosaur footprints. They were pretty cool, and I liked what they'd done with the dino park as it gave you a sense of scale. It's worth a visit but watch out for the concrete factory next door which is dumping rock in the quarry, I don't think the singular hard hat would do much for you in some ...
... me a little bit sad when faced with the reality of how little these things are talked about, how little knowledge there is, and how far we still need to go to give people the ability to be empowered by their ownership of a body, rather than confused by it. There's a word in spanish which means be lacking/ be without “falta”. It's not just Bolivia and latin america that falta this type of body education, the whole world does, except maybe the ...
... We finished up school and headed to the famous chorizo restaurant, Las Bajos for chorizo and dark beer. The chorizo was amazing, Alex wasn't sold on the warm dark beer. We then jumped a taxi off to the bus terminal where we purchased the last two tickets on the bus that was pulling out of the terminal on its way to Potosi. After a short 4 hour bus ride we had landed in Potosi. In Potosi we checked into our hostel and went for a walk to find some dinner. We found ...
... All boy racer kinds of rally cars. I went up to a look out point and got some nice views of the city. I then went to the Mercado Central. It sells all types of things. The thing that shocked me though was in the food market. There were big hairy bloody cow noses. HORRID! I do not know who eats them but I don't want to see one of those on my plate. It was gross. There were loads of people selling fruits, veg, herbs, clothes and then a whole square of people with ...