Hotel Santa Maria La Antigua
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... truck we met Vincenté, one of our guides. We drove down a steep and butt-breakingly bumpy road through the forest until we suddenly arrived at a clearing, and in the middle of it, our lodge home. Having never been on safari or in Africa, I can only speculate, but the place had a definite safari/hunting lodge feel about it. The deal was we would get fed three times a day and whenever we wanted to go on a trek we need just ask. Guides would take us on ...
... b30 to get dropped off in the central, but we all refused as this was not the arrangement before we left!! So he drove us to where all of his buddies were and that's where it all started to go down hill!! The French couple could speak Spanish so they are the ones that did the talking and while they were Ryan started to get pushed around by this fat guy telling him to pay.. And who the hell was he anyway! It all turned pear shaped and we just decided to pay and and get out ...
... I learned
something new! One is not supposed to enter these shops! They do their business
through the grill of the door. Safety? Prevention?
4° Paid the rent and had another long talk with Ryan on my terrace at sunset when the
air gets cooler and the mountains take on a completely "Japanese drawing"-
atmosphere. We decided to go to the MERCADO ...
... process. During the course of the tour and transport I met 3 English girls, one English guy,a German girl and 3 Swedish guys who were all heading to Sucre that afternoon which was also my next point of call so I got the same bus as there really isn't much to stick around for in Potosi.
We arrived in Sucre early evening and after checking into the hostel went straight to the most touristy bar/restaurant in town for food and a couple drinks. ...
... was accessible by public transport was too expensive for us to visit, so we made another plan.
We decided to just walk the city. Along the way we stopped in a park that featured a ton of pigeons doing the mating dance. None of the females seemed to be interested. We had a small cookie picnic there too. Eventually we ended up at the giant Jesus statue. He is placed at the center of the busiest traffic circle in the ...