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... after spending a few days in another very charming little town and on the list of not just supposedly conscious communities, but also sacred sites - San Agustin. Nestled in the region of the Colombian Massive, the high central mountains that give birth to the three great rivers of Colombia, it is remote and one has to travel many hours on some bad stretches of road to get there. For some time the local farmers had been unearthing stone carvings in their fields, often ...
... drugged up guy around our age asked for the time. None of us had cell phones so we could to help him and he left, but he was eye-balling us really sketchily the whole way. At this moment, I thought, "that was weird, we should leave," but the conversation was still flowing and for some reason I didn't say anything. There was another couple around us and I figured the guy would have to either be stupid or ****** up on drugs to try to rob 5 people, most of who me are larger than ...
... through the hostel and then stay somewhere cheaper. I spent most of the day resting and hanging out by the pool until I decided to go for a walk with Hacéne and a German girl he befriended. They had some dinner planned with some other salsa dancers so we walked to a super market where it took them wayyyyyy too long to decide on the wine. It was quite an event considering it was one shelf of ****** wine. ...
... girl, Natalie, who we had previously met on the top of Volcan Baru and once more in Panama City, and three pommy guys she was now travelling with. They planned to go and see Los Lajas, but then go straight from there to the boarder crossing. Would we like to join them? Split second decision number three.
So the next day, instead of staying in Ipiales, we spent the morning exploring the church before crossing into our fourth Latin American ...
... some unusual but tasty plantain based dishes, Ash tried his first michelada (beer, lime and salt) and Lucy had a tasty lulada, a juice made from the lulo fruit that is quite popular in Colombia.
Town itself was a little ropey, with 2m people (that is million not metres) it is sizeable but is the industrial centre of the south so hasn't had much focus on being pretty.
As usual we set off the next day for the biggest hill in town and it was a pretty ...