After the overnight bus arrived in Sucre, which looked nothing special from the Bus station, we jumped into a taxi to Casa Verde. Its a really nice guesthouse located in what I’m calling the white part of Sucre. All the buildings in central sucre are beautiful colonial designs and the walls are all white.
We wandered into town for lunch and a quick stop to see Dr. Nellie Morales at the farmacia on the main square. Jane has a bacterial infection and I had inflammation of my throat. Some cheap Bolivian drugs and we are on our way to recovery.
Jane and I slept/rested most of the day off to recover, but we did get to wander the streets a bit more this evening and it is instantly a much nicer place to visit, over La Paz. It has similar appeal as Grananda in Nicaragua and Antigua in Guatemala. The spanish colonial architecture is intact and not overrun by drab buildings visible in the outskirts of the town.
We had a lovely dinner at the Los Balcones restaurant, a balcony table overlooking the nice central square with its gardens and lots of people out at night.