After the (?my) disappointment of finding all museums shut in Sucre on Sundays, today is the day!
We get off to a bad start as one major museum has relocated. This is compounded by walking to a highly rated restaurant on the midday sun, only to find it shut on Mondays!
Team Hall not pleased (note the use of British understatement ...)
So the second, and main museum of the day, is in fact the relocated morning museum, now strategically located at the top of a hill overlooking Sucre (team Hall positively mutinous ...). However, the Indiginous Art Museum is stupendous, if poorly signed.
The shop of the museum stocks a diverse range of traditional textile products, but with weaving of quite astonishing quality at a price that must value the craftsmanship at pennies a day, even at 400 quid for a substantial piece of textile of unsurpassed beauty.
I fear I may regret not busting open my wallet ...
The mood recovers with the discovery of an artisan market just uphill from the museum entrance, and light knick-knackery ...
We retreat to the hostel to pack ready for our big travel day tomorrow.
A shame to finish on a b note, as Sucre is lovely and with another day the full day tour to Marague would have been intriguing.
Ah well, can't win 'em all!