Dann Carlton Bucaramanga
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... They react to and act upon the environment. The resulting species have occasional possibilities of mutation or disappearance. They eat each other. The balance is between the eaten and the eaters.
The world of insects is a horrible illustration of what happens in the biosphere when the compressive power prevails. ...
... I may not be able to clmib at that level, but apparently I am the first Welsh person to visit the crag.
On our rest day, five of us headed to the teleferico (cable car) which is part of the Chicamocha National Park. The cable car ride is rather impressive, the angle that it takes is pretty servier, hopefully the photo shows it. It spans the entire stretch of the george, crossing the river at the bottom. Beau the base jumper had already taken ...
I am writing from the supposed nine hour bus ride north from Bucaramanga, the big, modern capital of Santander Department, to Santa Marta, on the Caribbean coast. we feel like we are finally going to get where we've been headed all along. The thought of relaxing on the Caribbean coast for an undetermined amount of time is calling all of our names. Whereas most travelers opt to take the 10 pm night bus ...
... in a box that kept poking his little black head out, so that amused us for the last hour of our trip!
Bucaramanga is a very clean and modern city with little of its colonial heritage intact, hence it doesn't really have anything major to see or do, aside from some adventure sports. So we spent a couple of days walking the city to see the sights that it had to offer and relaxing.
... with the provisions to cook our tuna pasta while I continued my chore of hiding our money and after scarfing down the same freaking meal we have eaten now for nearly two months, we grabbed our bags, raced outside and jumped in a cab heading to the bus station.
It was nearly 9pm and we were about to embark on a night bus to the border town of Cucuta, where we would do our last exchange of money and then head into our very last country of this year long tour.
Venezuela, we are on our way!