Looking for dinosaur footprints
Our bus to Sucre went fine. We arrived in there quite late at night and stayed at the closest hostel which we could find. This ended up being a converted old mansion. Everything was designed in marble, the staff were extremely helpful and the beds were the comfiest to date. The accommodation for the night was €3.90 each-such a bargain. The next day, after a relaxing night, we took in a short tour of Sucre and then visited the main attraction-The Dinosaur Park. This park has over 5,500 dinosaur footprints from 8 species of dinosaurs which were discovered accidentally when the local concrete plant uncovered them whilst digging for material. Our guide spoke perfect English and provided us with alot of information. We really enjoyed it here as along with the wall of footprints, there were lots of life sized dinosaur models around the park including a Brontosaurus that was 50 meters in length. After the park, we got a local bus back to the hostel which was an adventure in itself. We then took an overnight bus to La Paz.