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The basket of 4 cocks almost took off after a couple got into a tussle – the Kellogs cornflakes mascot was obviously modelled on the fine specimens here – none of those scrawny little things they use for fighting!
Produce arrived in the lovely wood and chrome trucks they have here – they keep them so clean & shiny given cargo (******** livestock) and road conditions.
Headed off on the bus to check out El Infernito, ...
... br> our way. We headed up the trail, across the small cascada and onto a
trek that resembled an area that had been eroded by a landslide. It was
an uphill climb with fantastic vistas over the valley and town. Well
worth the trek but nothing exciting in terms of hiking.
Not sure if the trail ever actully ended, we turned after two or so hrs and headed back to explore town.
The Plaza Major, reportably the ...
... flying high above the valley a you can see both sides of the valley at the same time. We had a wonderful walk down to the waterfall and then stopped for lunch there. We managed to get back to Villa de Leyva just before the rain set in. Ary an Riana left the following day and I stayed in the hope that the rain would stop and I could go to the national park. But that was not to be on my journey so after spending the whole day ...
... await... Granadilla, Guanabana, Uchuva, mini mangoes, oh, I will miss you
Emile and Max stop by VDL and we meet again! I take them to try Hot Chocolate and cheese and could not resist the ARROZ CON LECHE. Its rice pudding, a very famous Colombian treat! Casadulce has the best home made treats! The next day we hiked about 8km before leaving to return to Bogota. We visited CASA TERACOTTA, the entry fee was a bit steep and with no information provided we took a picture ...
P.S. I now hate Macs and believe they may be the root of all evil.
We thankfully got a direct bus from Bogota to Villa de Leyva. When we got to the bus terminal we discovered it was just a line of various buses with guys trying to get you onto their buses, whether it was going to the right destination or not. Eventually we found the right bus for the right price and off we went. It was a beautiful bus ride through hills and on bridges over steep ...