The weather was perfect in Sucre. Beautiful blue sky and no sweater necessary. This city or town is made up of beautiful white colonial houses. What surrounded Sucre reminded me of Cuzco. The whole city is a bit like a bolivian Cuzco but much calmer and not as touristic. You can walk around normally without being forced to go on a 5-day trek. I really liked Sucre. It made me feel very safe and comfortable. It’s a great place to rest and hang out for a while.

Gareth and I realised though that most things we wanted to see were in Samaipata, our next destination. So we didn’t have much time to spend in Sucre we mainly used our time to get stuff done like blogging or doing wash and enjoying the sunshine. There isn’t that much to do in Sucre itself anyways. Most things are outside of the city, which require at least 2 days. So we just walked around a bit, tried out some restaurants. Nothing special.

So as mentioned our next stop was Samaipata. That’s a tiny village on the way to Santa Cruz de la Sierra. We’ve heard great things about it and of course we did our research so we really wanted to spend some time there.

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