The culinary way to the south of Bolivia

In Sucre we had the belly full

After returning from the jungle we took the night bus to Sucre directly. Here our culinary highlights are to mention. After the Lonely Planet had left us at two restaurants in the lurch, we went back to our hostel „KulturBerlin“ after a perceived marathon empty-handed and with an empty stomach.

Culinary Highlight 1: Viva Mexico
The Mexican buffet left nothing to be desired. From salsa to guacamole to Tacos and Co everything could be eaten in huge quantities here. Especially the fresh salads let our hearts beat faster. With fully loaded tacos we went to work.

Culinary Highlight 2: Fruit Paradise
After 1 1/2 months of toast, jam and bananas it hits you almost fainted when you come in „KulturBerlin“ for breakfast. On a long table you find good buns, pancakes, tomato and mozzarella and tons of fruits. Whether pineapple, kiwi, strawberries or mangoes, there is everything your heart desires. To round off this fantastic breakfast Andi would just have a glass of Nutella, but Tina had given him one at the beginning of the journey fortunately. :)

Culinary Highlight 3: Cafe overlooking
High above Sucre there is the little cafe „Café Gourmet Mirador“. In addition to the beautiful view of the city you can enjoy the good coffee and homemade lemonade here. You should not miss the Bruscetta. Although it is a lot, it is extremely delicious. ;)

After two days we went through Potosi to Uyuni. Here is the starting point for our three-day tour of the largest salt desert in the world.

More about the salt desert tour you can find here:
https://anti-itchyfeet.com/portfolio/salar-de-uyuni/

Salutes from far away,
Tina and Andi from Itchy Feet

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