Hostal Patrimonio - Sucre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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The other guys checked out today and left for the bus to La Paz at 6pm or so. In the day we hung around playing chess mainly. I began feeling ill after dinner so has an early night, made more difficult by the fact that they had a very late and loud party. Before the party they had traditional Bolivian dancers which was nice to ...
... night in Santa Cruz, the following day we treated ourselves to a flight with Amaszonas to the city of Sucre. It was a real pleasure not getting the bus and although it was only a 30 minute flight, it saved us a potentially 25 hour bus journey such is the state of the road network in Bolivia; although landing at 2,800 metres in a tiny jet was interesting. Set in a valley surrounded by low mountains Sucre enjoys a mild and comfortable climate, accompanied of course with the ...
... a noodle bar, which was the closest we could muster. After a couple of crepes (Nutella for Aurelie, and Dulce de Leche for me) we retired to our hostel and our beds after what had been a very productive day. Friday 12th: After another eggy breakfast we went to take the bus again to the dinosaur park. This time we asked the driver before boarding and got to the park around Midday. The park was next to a concrete factory. It was in fact the concrete factories work that discovered ...
Yesterday, Luis told me to have a breakfast free at 9AM as am waitting for him to come in to make some breakfast for me. Ten minutes late, He just came in from another building at the office and home and what do I want for? I want an omelette, he is going to be served it.
The big plate brough on the dining table. The omelette with Hamm and tomato, pine fruit drink and Nescafé coffee. I did drank the coffee :) just need my caffeine to ...
... suffice to say, with four animal lovers on board this random act of cruelty did not go by unnoticed. The offices of Joy Ride lit up like the houses of parliament on Guy Fawks. We are foreigners in a foreign land, and on almost all accounts I'm happy to embrace and respect local culture and customs, however I believe that speaking out against cruelty toward animals is the duty of every human being, no matter where in the world you may find yourself. Along ...