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Sucre, Bolivia: Best resort for tourists with a limited budget

Paradox reports for The Mice Times of Asia :

Excerpts pertaining Sucre, Bolivia follow:

Best resorts for tourists with a limited budget.

Everyone wants to earn more. Think about the life they could live if I only earned more. But the truth is, the world is full of places where you can live on very little money — like a king or Queen. Here are some of the best places in the world where you can live very well on very moderate means.

People from around the world leave their home countries in search of a better life. Most of the below places are on the coast and have a temperate climate. If you are a pensioner and you have some social security, or you have a small rent, or you work through the Internet remotely, you will have the opportunity to live like a king on $ 2,000 (or less).

Sucre, Bolivia

In South America there are several options of beautiful places where it makes sense to move. Sucre, Bolivia is one of those places. Bolivians are among the most polite and kind people in the world. The country itself is lovely, very quiet in all respects. Sucre is a big city with a population of approximately 200,000 people. Maybe even less than $ 1500 per month you could live quite comfortably.

Imagine the rent in the amount of several hundred dollars per month, three pounds of tomatoes for only a dollar and a lot of delicious food from street vendors for less than a dollar! The temperature remains very comfortable all year round due to its favorable location in the Andes. Considering the beauty of the region and the most modern facilities, Sucre just too good to be true.


Bolivian Thoughts opinion: Sucre is a really nice city to live, to visit. It is the Capital of Bolivia, where the first independence ideas sprouted throughout all our neighbors, inside the University San Francisco Javier which was the most reputable university of South America.

You can image how beautiful is this city when you see an Eiffel tower replica, built by himself when Gustave visited my mother’s hometown, he fell in love with Sucre and could not leave without leaving such legacy.

People are extremely friendly, well-mannered and most academically instructed, so you can engage in friendly and well-informed conversation with anyone you meet, literally.

So, come on over and enjoy Sucre, the city of the four names: Sucre, Chuquisaca, Charcas, and Ciudad Blanca!