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... of the first asphalt road in 1927 that transport was improved.
It is estimated that a large earthquake, approximately 6-7 in magnitude, will hit this area every 20 years due to high seismic activity which can be explained by the Galapagos Triple Junction that occurs in the northwest corner of the South American tectonic plate region. On Monday, January 25, 1999, a six magnitude quake occurred in Quindío. The epicenter was located 17 km south of Armenia. The earthquake ...
... first 3 hours were on tarmac but thereafter it was dirt roads, getting progressively smaller & more potholed until the vehicle "ferry", a floating platform pushed by a motorboat, to the island on which Mompox sits.
It used to be a major port at one time hence the once splendid, but now run down, colonial buildings along the river and huge number of churches, plus convent, monastery ...
... 20,000-30,000 pesos (£8-10) but many people make their own. Sorry, many MOTHERS make them (Halloween is a woman's department according to the local men!) The kids chant, "Tricky, tricky Halloween, quiero dulces para mi, si no hay dulces para mi, se te crece la nariz!" (Tricky, tricky Halloween, I want sweets for me, if there are no sweets for me, your nose will grow!) Any shop/pharmacy/bar/house/old man minding his own business in a rocking chair was a target! There were a ...
Today we are going to do the Valle de Cocora walk, which is a half day walk through the hills and countryside just outside Salento. To get to the start of the walk in Cocora we have to take a jeep from the square in Salento. They look like world war two jeeps, and are called 'willies' presumably for a cheap laugh. So we hop on a 'willy' and drive the half hour to Cocora. The first hour of the walk is ...
... s what makes it attractive to the modern day tourists who brave the arduous trip there as it has been stuck in something of a time warp ever since.
There has been very little development in the last hundred years, there are no high-rise buildings and most of the streets remain unchanged with the whitewashed houses looking almost exactly as they would have done in the town's heyday. There's not a single chain store or restaurant in the town and nothing even big enough to qualify as ...
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