Sucre, Bolivia

After jumping through some hoops and trying in three different cities, we finally got our tourists visas to visit Bolivia. With that excitement under our belts we were thrilled to have an easy and painless border crossing into Villazon, Bolivia.

Allison entering Bolivia at Villazon

From there we headed north to Sucre, where we’ve spent the last number of days. It’s a charming town filled with white buildings, pristine gardens, chocolate and plenty of coffee shops. But the best part is, it’s the place we met up with Marvin and Eve, Isaiah’s brother and his wife, who we’ll be traveling with for the next two weeks.

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3 thoughts on “Sucre, Bolivia

  1. I am so glad you are giving yourselves time to leave your home-for-two-years behind before re-entry to the U.S. You are wise travelers. It will be great to see you when you return!

    Lois K Bare 1015 S 7th St Goshen, IN 46526

    Date: Wed, 3 Sep 2014 02:49:45 +0000 To: loiskbare@msn.com

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