Hostal Patrimonio - Sucre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for the slow trip
back to Sucre but we were very pleased we had done the trip. We went back to
the bar which was attached to the travel agent and had a free beer as part of
the hike package. That night we went to a restaurant located in another old
colonial house which had great atmosphere as the walls were all covered with
antiques including a range of old guns and matchboxes.
... and I note there are several new students that have moved in. The guy next to me at the table says hola and I respond, "como estas?" Such is the fluency of my espanol at this point. He says, "Hey don't I know you." in a distinctily Scots accent. It took me a second. "Oh my god you were the guy on my flight to Rio I got the taxi with, Scottish Marc!" You could not make this up. He'd been all over South America in the time I'd done just Brazil ...
... went down with a guide into the quarry and saw the footprints first hand and it was amazing. It’s hard to believe that 65m years ago there were huge dinosaurs up to 20m long and over 15 tonnes walking around. One of the footprints was over 100cm wide. There were 4 different types of dinosaurs including the carnivores and the huge herbivores. It was really interesting and amazing that ...
... Claus the german himself! All that's needed is conquerer George (daisy/curious) to end with the "have you ever heard of the word nemesis" to wrap up a disappointing but still amazing Bolivian Independence Day!! Curious George, Sam, seb, Sean night, Texan Tina, Frederick, pete himself, he-ran, and the rest who I will never remember the names of, and last of all.. Dreadlock girl.. It's been great ...
... and the people friendly enough, generally speaking. All of these factors make it quite traveller friendly. However there is most definitely a but.
Hygeine is not great. I once found 2 nails in my hot chocolate, that in itself took twenty minutes to arrive after the boy (of about 16 I would guess) had to be told how to make it by his father, who himself was fresh from his nap on the couch in the middle of the ...