Hostal Kasa Guane
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... blocks to our hostel, called Tinto Hostel. We washed our dirty clothes, as it was very hot and sunny and hung them up to dry. We then decided to check out the city. At this time of day, there was no noise and it seemed like the town was asleep. There weren't any people on the streets and almost all of the stores were closed.
Yesterday we walked down a 9 km (about 6 miles) stone trail to a city called ...
Friday, 15 June 2012
After a nice breakfast at the place of Leidy´s family, took the bus at 8.45 am for Bucaramanga in the East of Colombia. Should have arrived at 5 pm, but got 2 hours extra time, 2 beautiful hours of extremely impressive landscape in the mountains of Santander !
Found a hostel in the centre of Bucaramanga, went to an Internet café.
While walking back to my hostel, I was first followed by 2 ...
... temperature in Colombia).
There were noticeably more tourists here than where we have been so far, attracted presumably for the adventure stuff (sky diving, rafting etc) that is offered in the area. We weren’t really up for much of that, so just spent the afternoon and the following day checking out the town (including the nice but overpriced botanical gardens), and another nearby town called Barichara.
Barichara was a ...
... which is very good. During the night the coconut tree just 3 meters aways from us all of the sudden drops a cocnut. There is not wind nothing. We for sure will never camp underneath such a tree!
It is also impressive to see monkeys again here in Colombia. First you here them and when you stop and look you always see them. And we see a dead crocodile, huge dead snakes and big living iguanas.
Here in the tropics no lack of fruit. ...
... The students range from primary to secondary.
Later in the morning our first day there, we also went to the equivalent of a nursing home. The nursing home has a wing especially for Alzheimer’s patients. And they had many activities for the residents that were capable...from gardening to making crafts for sale to support the home. Nuns are in charge of the place and the sisters are very kind.
Then it was on ...