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... in Bogota. Street art is encouraged in Bogota with many pieces being commissioned by the government, property owners and graffiti is also encouraged in schools with walls being used as practise walls for artists to develop their skills. We learned about many famous street artists who are now working in Europe so I will definitely be on the look out for works by LikMi, Crisp etc when out and about in London. After the walking tour we enjoyed a quick ...
... is a desert area. This is because the mountains catch the majority of the rain, whereas very nearby is rainforest! Villa de Leyva is also situated in an area where the sea used to meet the coast when dinosaurs roamed the earth. This means that Villa de Leyva is famous for it's abundant fossils.
On the way, we stopped at a few sites, the first of which was a reservoir called Embalse del Sisga, for a nice view over the reservoir and surrounding countryside. ...
... It is these secondary tombs that you can visit. Some of these tombs still have well preserved decorations and paintings like at the Segovia site. the El Aguacate site doesn't have these decorated tombs the hike to the site with some amazing scenery on the way was well worth the hike as the site is beautifully situated on a ridge and you can see why they would build a burial site here. We stayed in a small hostel with the loveliest elderly couple who were really concerned about ...
... from Minnesota to Bogotá. By contrast, if I lived in Ushuaia, Argentina, a city on the very southern tip of South America, flying time would surpass 17 hours!
An interesting aspect of Colombia is that it borders both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. I've visited Cartagena, Barranquilla, and Santa Marta on the Caribbean coast, but have yet to visit the Pacific coast.
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... living quarters and burials. They are found in several places in Latin America but these are the best examples and they found various pots and carvings along with skeletons with many examples still intact. Its a place I'm really glad I took the time to visit as it was so unique.
On my way back I stopped in at the village cafe for something to drink and the son of the owner started chatting as he ...