Working for a comfy bed and a great brekkie

To try and cut down costs in Sucre we were able to work at the hostel we were staying at, The Beehive. The workload fit in perfectly with our Spanish lessons and it helped us to save a few pennies too. It helped that the hostel was lovely and new, brand new beds and clean bedding (which we are always thankful for!) and an awesome healthy breakfast every morning. When we arrived there, there were a great bunch of people staying as well, which just topped it all off for us really. So we had a great 2 weeks doing light house work, Spanish lessons in the afternoon and hanging out with a great bunch of people from all over the world in between.

We made some great friends and saw some sights of Sucre, which is a beautiful city.

An indigenous couple admiring the view of Sucre

An indigenous couple admiring the view of Sucre

View over Sucre

View over Sucre

View from our room at the Beehive

View from our room at the Beehive

After 2 great weeks our group of friends started to move onto new places and we started thinking about doing a homestay, as we were having 3 hours of Spanish lessons each day but pretty much speaking Engllish the rest, a bit counter-intuitive we thought. So through the help of our Spanish teacher we eventually found a homestay which seemed perfect for us…

1 thought on “Working for a comfy bed and a great brekkie

  1. Hola Adam & Cheryl,

    Thanks for your lovely blog post about The Beehive. Just to let you and your readers know… we have now moved to a new building at Calle Avaroa 607, between Calle La Paz y Azurduy. We having lots of fun doing it up and we still have our wonderful breakfast!

    Cheers,
    The Beehive!

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