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I made it! A Hike to the Seven Waterfalls: Day Trip in Sucre, Bolivia (Part 2)

Keeping with my theme of “making the most of my time in Bolivia”, we decided to check out the seven waterfalls (Siete Cascadas), located in a valley within the Sucre city limits.  You probably know I’m not much of a … Continue reading

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Walking in the Footsteps of the Dinosaurs: Day Trip in Sucre, Bolivia (Part 1)

When I first arrived in Sucre, I was so excited to visit all the interesting local sites. Unfortunately, time flew by, and I still haven’t visited many of the famous tourist attractions that the area is known for! Since I’m … Continue reading

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Don’t flush the toilet paper! – Access to basic services in Bolivia

Moving to a new country is never easy, but it’s a lot easier if you have the “creature comforts” from your home country. It can be a big adjustment to go from living in downtown Toronto to living in a … Continue reading

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Why Bolivia (a land-locked country) is so obsessed with the sea!

Even though Bolivia has no ocean, they’re completely enamoured with the idea. Everyone from young to old feels passionate about the need for access to the sea. Bolivia once connected to the Pacific ocean between Chile and Peru, but lost … Continue reading

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Pujllay: The Harvest Festival in Tarabuco, Bolivia

Bolivia loves festivals of all types! The Pujllay festival is a wonderful festival in the city of Tarabuco (just an hour outside of Sucre, Bolivia).  The area is known for its Yampara culture, and people from far and wide flock … Continue reading

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Only Have 6 Hours in La Paz, Bolivia? You’ll still have a blast!

Going on holidays is always exciting.  You might be a little stressed about work, nervous about making your connecting flight, and dreading the lack of leg room (if you’re a tall guy like Steve), but mostly it’s supposed to be … Continue reading

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So many beautiful fabrics – Sunday market in Tarabuco, Bolivia

Since we’ll be living in Sucre for a whole year, I figured we might as well explore the communities around the city.  There are lots of different places to go and activities to do.  For example, you can go learn … Continue reading

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