Monthly Archives: July 2012

Day 37 – Bolivian national holiday: a travel lesson learnt

It was a national holiday today and for some reason, we still expected everything to be running as normal – how wrong we were. We had checked out in the morning (thank god, we were glad to be out of … Continue reading

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Day 36 – Mini pizzas, a business innovation for the UK

Last night we probably had our worst night’s sleep. At around 4 or 5am, the light in our dorm switched on, and in comes one of the Irish guys trying to wake up the Irish guy sleeping opposite me. Imagine … Continue reading

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Day 35 – Cal Orkco and the Dino Footprint Wall

As nice as Sucre is there’s not a central “thing to do” – no volcano, no salt flats, nothing to blow up etc. It’s just a nice place to chill and sample some cheap market food. The nearest to a main attraction … Continue reading

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Day 34 – Amigo Hostel, the most regulated hostel ever?

We arrived in Sucre fairly early in the morning after an overnight bus journey from Cochabamba. We’re kind of getting use to these cold bus journeys but for some reason, no matter how many layers we wear, we’re still freezing … Continue reading

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Day 33 – Visiting a Jesus larger than Christ the Redeemer

I woke up still full this morning after our meat feast last night. We’ve only got today to explore Cochabamba as we’re planning on catching an overnight bus to Sucre tonight. To help digest the food from last night, we … Continue reading

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