Hostal Patrimonio - Sucre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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We stayed in Sucre for about 4 days, there wasn't too much too it, but it was really pretty. It's called the White City due to every building being White and all the bottoms of trees painted white to prevent bug infestations. Unfortunately for us, the day we arrived the whole cities water supply went off for 4 days, meaning no showers and very rare toilet breaks :/ I did a trek with an Australian couple we were staying with at the time to see the worlds largest dinosaur footprint sight. ...
... I managed to get on my bus at 6.30. The bus was full and off we went. We arrived at 8.30 in this small town full of little Bolivians, literally they are tiny. It was a town in the hills and it was pretty chilly. All the ladies and some of the men all walk around with the beautiful embroided cloths on there back full of various things. Sometimes with a small child or baby all snuggled up and other times a load of whatever they are carrying. Nearly all the older ladies ...
... 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 ...
... 8230;.which again felt liberating in the opposite way ;) First thing we did was finally rent a car to explore the surroundings of Salta for 3 days.
On day 1 we set off South to a small village high in the mountains called Cachi. The landscape was so beautiful, we kept stopping for photo breaks even though we had a looong journey ahead of us. We were getting excited about seeing lots of 2m high Cacti, and hundreds of ...
... the gym. We walk down towards where Leesh had mapped out the gym location and find out it's only 10 bolivianos for a session but wasn't open until 1600. No worries for us as we had a few things to sort out and an afternoon session gives Leesh a bit longer to feel a bit better. We head to the main strip of shops around Mercado Central where we had spotted a few Internet cafes last night and go on to the first one we had seen which was the largest one. We had our dvd of our Death ...