In Potosi we met Annie from Bristol who is doing some voluntary work in Santa Cruz and was also on the way to Sucre. We shared a taxi which took about 2.5h and drove through amazingly beautiful Bolivian landscape. Sucre is well known for its "white washed" houses which you can cleary see as soon as you enter the city centre. Sucre is only at 2.500m, so nice and relaxing for us after 4.000m in Potosi. The hostel we found was average but very central just opposite the main market. Unfortunately, our room was very noisy and even got woken up by a man vomiting somewhere outside in a neighbour garden...Lisi and I went to the townhall in Sucre which was very interesting and also visited a few churches (we are catholic after all), could even walk up the top of one of them and had a great view over the centre. Apart from that we walked up to the cementary (people said it is nice there and it was) and also visited a museum about Bolivian culture, their dresses, ceremonies etc. That was very good too, even were able to watch some women weaving their beautiful wall hangings etc. We also got introduced to saltenas, an empanada basically but that is the Bolivian type filled with either mince meat or pork and potatoes...mhmmm. For some reason they have german, swiss, dutch etc. restaurants in Sucre but all of them are run by locals, do not really understand why but we guessed it is because of the tourism. These restaurants were not good either and that is why we went to the local food market to enjoy the best and cheapest food ever!! We also went to a viewpoint which has got a nice cafe up there and were we could have a beautiful view over the city (that`s what viewpoint are supposed to be for ;-) The fruit juices up there were delicious and as the sun was shining every day we relaxed in their deck chairs! What more could I possibly tell you?! We have heard from a few people that Bolivia is not very safe but luckily we did not have any incidents (accept Lisis sunglasses got stolen but that is another story). We did notice though, that there are a lot of older people begging and people in general are quite poor. We could not help it and bought for some of them food...In total we spent about 3days in Sucre and really liked it, the viewpoint was definitely great to relax (forgot to mention that Lisi was not feeling well in Potosi and had to stay 1day at home). We catched a nightbus to Oruro where we wanted to stay just for 1day or so. As we finally arrived there after only 8h but no sleep at all it was 5am and everything shut down of course. A nice taxi driver drove us around to ask for a room but for some reason everything and everywhere was fully booked. A quick decision and the desire of a bed made us go back to the bus terminal and catch a local bus to La Paz. Another 3.5h later we arrived there and were glad that we made it because the driver drove rather dangerous and even some locals could not keep there eyes off the road to see what was going on and that we are not driving into something...we were both exhausted but decided to rest that day and see what`s next...