Hostal Patrimonio - Sucre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... today was built up to be a massive celebration day.. Which it was, however not quite the celebrating me and mike had in mind.. We went down to the Center to find the president of Bolivia standing up on the balcony of the government building, which was quite special to see (have abit of love for the president as we have been told he dislikes American culture, not allowing any McDonald's restaurants in Bolivia. He has also been trying to eliminate coka cola ...
... and I, it ain't no thang. In total, the decent was more than 10,000 feet and took approximately two and a half hours. At the end we celebrated with a beer and ate lunch at a nice hotel. Then it was back to the city for a final meal before our flight to Mexico! Laura insisted that she get one more fresh squeezed orange juice and a bag of chocolate covered raisins before we go. I don't think we ever mentioned it, but there's fresh juice everywhere in ...
... and well worth making her night.
We walked around to a few other hostals on the streets and all of them were gross. I eventually convinced Tom that we should splurge and stay at a hotel for 270 bolivianos ($50). The hotel looked like it was passed it’s hey day but it seemed cleaner and more spacious than everything else. Once we booked in there we spotted a Sultena joint across the road – El Patio. It was a ...
... of the island from the north to the town of Yumani on the southern side of the island, following a trail that the Incas so kindly built for us hundreds of years ago.
The lake shore was a great place to enjoy a sundown beer with Muriel and Jill, two girls we met, as we watched the locals herd in their sheep and cattle. The last traces of warmth disappeared with the sun and it was rather chilly at night.
The following day we explored the ...
... stops for toilet breaks or bus repairs. We had heard that Sucre was a city lots of travellers get stuck in. The unusually mild climate for those travelling south from La Paz or north from Uyuni, the gorgeous architecture, the more metropolitan and therefore more international feel of the city and maybe just the combination of all the above where reasons why so many people are sucked in. As the capital Sucre is also a historically important city so that we were prepared to also do ...