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... says X.Y.Z., "three fundamental questions: What is living? What is death? What is life?"
"I've heard them already and am sorry to say they are not basic. When you ask: what is living? that question stands upon, is supported by, your notion of living. That notion is not fundamental: it rests on the concept "living" ...
... of the a 5000m snow capped mountain en El Cocuy national park. Colombian Climbing Vid
The journey to La Mojarra needs two buses from San Gil, the first towards Bucaramunga where you can get let off in Piedecuesta, unfortunately this was literally on the side of the dual carraigeway. After asking where I can get the bus for Los Santos at the side of the road I got directed to a bus company across the dual carraige way, this bus company didnt go to ...
... effort to minimize the chances of losing our money, I started sewing secret hiding places in clothes, hats & shoes. Our hope was that if we were held up, there would be a stash they would miss - unless they would make us take off all our clothes (which has been known to happen). In any event, we weren´t planning on fighting our hypothetical armed bandits - just hoping to not be left utterly destitute, should we chance upon them. While I was sewing little pockets for ...
Time to head into Venezuela with another border crossing at Cucuta, renowned for a dodgy bus terminal, and therefore an area I wanted to move through quickly. We were still unclear on the best way to get across to Ciudad Bolivar, on the eastern side of Venezuela from where we would visit Angel Falls.
The Venezuelan domestic airlines have limited websites, online booking engines ...
San Gil is located about 6 hours north of Bogota. We didn't really plan on spending much time here as it didn’t hold much attraction to us, but it was a convenient spot to break up the travel to the coast.
We retraced our steps back to Tunja, and then caught another bus onto San Gil. The four hour trip turned into six – that fantastic highway I described in the last blog abruptly ended, much to our dismay, in Tunja. The road turned ...