Month: October 2011

Voices from Our Travels: Sucre, Bolivia

October 9, 2011Look Travel

Sucre ViewSucre isn’t what you were expecting when you decided to come to Bolivia. You came for blindingly white salt flats, and here you found brilliantly whitewashed walls. You came for surreal red rock formations, and here you found faded terracotta roofs. You came for soaring snow-topped peaks, and here you found a perimeter of dry, rugged mountains enclosing a grid of sloping streets. You came for one of the world’s most superlative, forbidding landscapes. Here you found a cityscape as romantic as Hemingway’s Spain. (more…)