Hotel Sochagota Paipa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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Travel Blogs from Paipa
... We ended up trying to hike up to the summit of a small mountain located a few km out of town. We ended up getting caught in a thunder storm in the middle of an open field. My stubbornness wanted to continue but luckily the twins convinced me to turn around. On the way back, a few lightning bolts stuck as close as 25m from us. You could here the buzz of the lighting strike. After surviving the 3 hour walk back to our hostel, we decided we hadn't had enough adventure ...
... fires started at the blockades. It was only later that the Doctor emerged from watching German news in his room to tell us that it had been tear gas, dropped on the city from a height in an attempt to diffuse the farmers that had been gathering at the blockade.
So, as to our experience, for the first week/week and a half, Robbie and I were largely unaffected by the strike. It was inconvenient, yes and very frustrating as it meant that we were unable to leave ...
A 4 hour bus ride brought us to Tunja and from there, we took a minivan to a small town 40km away called Villa de Leyva. Villa de Leyva is known to be one of the finest colonial villages in Colombia. In order to preserve the original architecture, it was declared a national monument in 1954.
Villa de Leyva is very quaint, with ...
... danger of forgetting how wonderful this trip is.
It's also been quite a while since I've been alone. I was travelling and hanging out with some great people from when I was back on the caribean coast of Colombia, in Taganga all the way until I left Bogota for here. Saying goodbye each time was a little hard, but what I learnt from each traveller is priceless. I picked up a bit of improved photography skills, how to do 'dormitory chat', ...
... at 5am to prep the home and food for all 15 of us. Given his condition the night before I'm not quite sure how he did it. As for the bulk of us, we ended up being about an hour behind schedule by the time everyone got their act together, but time did not seem to be the issue...we were here take it easy and get out of wedding mode.
Once we got on our way the first stop was an hour into the trip for a quick snack at this little roadside french bakery. With delights such as gruyere ...