Hotel Sochagota Paipa
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... rubble afire) making it impossible to travel anywhere in the area by any means apart from foot. In a country the size of Colombia, this creates a real problem! We heard that it was a very difficult situation to police due to the fact that the areas are so spaced out. Also, with each passing day, there came amounting friction between the police and strikers and we heard there had been a few deaths of farmers who had been fighting with police. Certainly, the police were ...
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 ...
... underwater reptile. The fossil had massive teeth and presumably ate other slightly samller nasty looking underwater reptiles. I love the artist's depictions of the savage action. These creatures didn’t seem to like to eat plants whatsoever.
As a point of scientific interest, I was looking at the chart of evolution (in Spanish of course). It showed the start, some hundreds of millions years ago and the gradual progression of ...
... 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 ...
... br> The scenery here is gorgeous, looks like the lake district (but I keep thinking that about most rolling hills and greenery). The bus was bouncey and with it came a noise from the suspension, but it was fun really - I tried getting a video of it but thought it woudn't transfer well to a blog, one of those things you had to be there for - yes, I am the nuances of travel and chuckling to myself as I go...
I managed to read throughout the 3 hour journey, ...