Hotel Sochagota Paipa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
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... that can give you a lot of power for the way.
The trip was wonderful, I was able to see a variety of vegetation that I can remember since I studied in my school like the denominated "Fraylejon", that has a thick trunk and hairy leaves, Seeing that kind of plants was amazing.
The Landscape is magnificent, I could enjoy a lot, but the cold weather was terrible. When we arrived to the top, we could see an ...
... situation` he would repeat. He didn`t feel it safe for us to walk the 12km to Puntalarga as we were `gringo`s` and he felt that the situation may soon shift to place friction on the relationship between the rich and the poor. He even started to move his brand new car, to hide it where it couldn`t be seen from the road. It was at this time that we began to feel nervous that the problems which had been localised around the blockades might soon come to us. Also, the ...
... to out hostel, which has a huge beautiful garden around it and we enjoyed the evening. The garden was amazing we were sitting down outside and we noticed a random flickering of light all around the garden. I thought for a minute that they were fairy lights because there were so many of them but it was actually hoards of fireflies!!!!! We had seen them before on our travels but never so numerous orso close! Some of them flew by our faces flashing and others landed on the ...
So far I love Colombia. I have loved each country for different reasons, but there is something amazing about Colombia. Maybe it’s just as I have been feeling bad for three months and I am finally seeing the light at the end of the nausea tunnel, or maybe it’s because it’s a magical country. The people seem very laid back and friendly. The army make you feel at ease by giving you the thumbs up. The police have been helpful ...
... townspeople started to gather around to watch the excitement Miguel got out to help resolve the issue and borrowed my camera to take photos of the damage. He laughed at the cabbie for being so whiney about this pittance and invited him to wait for the police to arrive, all the while the intersection kept on backing up with cars and honking. We offered 20,000 pesos for the damage (about $11, or 3x the amount it would cost to replace the frame), and only after one the cabbie's friends urged ...