Riding down the main street of Sucre on a motorbike.
Sun setting through the colonades of the lookout plaza.
Bolivian mother carries her child in the common way in a cloth on her back.
Owner of corner shop hanging out and watching traffic pass by.
Bolivian student in the streets.
Tipping unwanted products down the drain is common still in Bolivia.
A young boy with his box of items to sell heads off in search of buyers.
A local market of clothes and traditional items.
The colonades at the original central plaza of the town.
A young boy jumps down from his position on the fountain as the sun continues to set.
A highly accurate sun-dial calibrated to work specifically at this lattitude.
The original central plaza of the city.
Looking out over the city as the sun sets behind the distant mountains.
All sorts of motorbikes are welcome in this town.
A mother and child waiting by their shop.
A traditional Bolivian family waiting on the street corner.
Two siblings chat in their doorway and watch the people passing by.
A child travels home on her mother’s back.
A favourite food of university students is that from these street stalls.
If you cannot play soccer on the field then there is always this game to keep the spririt going.
A house selling roasted chicken, one of the most common foods throughout Bolivia.
A coffee shop that caters for university students by giving them everything at half price.