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Villa de Leyva is an adorable colonial town north of Bogota. It was so laid back and relaxing, full of cobbled streets and a huge square with a fountain in the middle. This fountain was the towns only source of drinking water hundreds of years ago and has been left unchanged over years. An interesting fact: The square is where the film Zorro was filmed! There's not much going on but wander the streets eating lots of ...
... for being so careless.
I did however follow my own advice,I only had about $10 in the wallet,no loss there,my passport,tickets and travel money were locked up in the hotel safe,but I had in my weakened state forgotten to take my cards out! This is not so much a loss but more of a pain in the **** as I had to phone up the banks in the UK to cancel all the cards,the bloody phone call cost more than the money that was stolen! It does mean however that I am ...
... br> From Bucaramanga the Chilean and one of the German guys accompanied me to San Gil, the extreme sports capital of Colombia where you can go rafting, canyoning, caving, biking, bungee jumping, hiking... We added a red-eyed Colombian cat from Bogota to our clan who knew San Gil well and joined us on our excursions to some waterfalls to do some swimming. Eventually we also made it out to the picturesque colonial town of ...
... taxi line. My first stop in Colombia is Villa de Leyva, a cute colonial town that has preserved all of its Spanish architecture. I was told instead of taking a cab to the main bus station, that I should shoot for "Portal del Norte," the last bus station before leaving Bogota. This would save me time on the bus.
Traffic was horrendous in Bogota at this hour. Crazy drivers and people on motorcycles who create their own lanes. My cab driver, ...
... observatory (in the same way that Stonehenge might be called one) though far less extensive/impressive – the rock is local & some may even have been carved (into dolmen) in situ. Still it was a pleasant 4k+ stroll back to town and had a good chat with some local students on the way.
The wood fired pizza oven still wasn’t fired up so I explained the error of their ways and went to a cheaper place & got them to pimp my pie with basil & garlic – ...
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