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Friday, 03 July 2009

Finding Joy in Sucre, Bolivia

The story of how a backpacking couple turned a local watering hole into a nationally known restaurant and tour company

Travelers in Bolivia looking to get away from the usual backpacking circuit are increasingly finding themselves in Sucre. Unlike the more popular destinations like Bolivia’s capital, La Paz, the salt flats near Uyuni and the mines of Potosi, Sucre offers the modern amenities of a large city, without losing the small town feel (about 200,000 residents).

Published in interchange
Inca Trails by Martin Li is the story of a unique journey through the Bolivian and Peruvian Andes.  The author is on a quest for a deeper understanding of the Inca by traversing the lands they inhabited, conquered, and were eventually driven from by the Spanish conquistadors.  The book is an interesting mix of travelogue and history book that begins near La Paz, Bolivia and traverses Peru to Vilcabamba the Old.
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