Casa Hotel Zuetana 106
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... mine is a series of long parallel tunnels. In the first 14 tunnels there are large stone crosses representing some aspect of Christ's journey. I wasn't spiritually awoken or anything, but each location was beautiful in a distinct way. One featured a polished, wavy wall with a flat cross carved in it, and another had a 4 foot deep cross cut through a wall to the void beyond. The tour ended in the main chamber, which allegedly houses the largest cross in the ...
... s house (which was heavily guarded by soldiers that didnīt look a day over 18), and eventually made our way back to our hostel. And thatīs when our first minor mishap happened.... we were planning to head to Cartagena tomorrow morning, but between this morning and now the prices rose and then as we were looking at it, the morning flight got sold out! So, we paid more to go later than we wanted, but we will be heading there tomorrow and avoiding a 20 hours bus ride in the ...
... he called over a local Colombian dark skinned rasta looking guy who I think looked after him when he came to town, these Koguis can be quite naive and there seem to be Colombian guys who are enamored with them and stay with them when they are down from the mountains, tending to their needs. Anyway, I didn't understand all they said, they were speaking quite a bit in the Kogui tongue. I think the gist of it was the the Kogui guy wanted the other guy to sit with me, confirm his ...
... follow a river in which you can cool off every now and then.
After the Lost City trip the 3 students from Bogotá invited me to come with them to Palomino, a tourist/hippy town at the sea where they had constructed ecological before, so I joined them for 1 night.
Then on Saturday the 12th of April I went to Santa Marta where I stayed for a few nights again. Santa Marta reminded me somehow a bit of Angola. Its bayside looks a bit as the bayside in some Angolan towns I have been ...
... like fried plantains, fried meat & seafood, this is your place.
Culture - I'm not sure I ever noticed a distinctive "Columbian" culture. Consumerism is rampant and they seem to want the same things as Americans. There was the "big butt style" which I've not seen anywhere else. The country is very young so it seem more of a metling pot of other cultures than something unique.