Friday, February 26, 2010

Sucre, Bolivia

Often called "Ciudad Blanca" for its white-washed colonial buildings, Sucre is Bolivia's constitutional capital, and a UNESCO world heritage site.

The Supreme Court

La Merced Church

Colonial street and San Lázaro Church

The Cathedral

San Francisco Church

Unfortunately Sucre was where Josh was struck down with Typhoid Fever and e. Coli, so we stayed for a couple of weeks while he was recovering. Josh, who is normally pretty healthy claims that this was by far the sickest he has ever been.

At first we were not sure what it was, so he was tested for Malaria and Dengue Fever.

Negative to Malaria!

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Torotoro, Bolivia

120 million-year-old dino tracks

Carnivore print

Sunday, February 14, 2010


Only a couple of hours away from chilly La Paz is the semi-tropical town of Coroico. We decided to spend a little time just relaxing here since we had been in colder areas for quite some time. One of the great things about Bolivia is that everything is very cheap, so we were able to afford a room at a gorgeous little resort for the same price we had been budgeting for basic hostels in other parts of the continent.