Hotel Sochagota Paipa
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
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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 ...
... as much as possible in case the strike never ended. He even tried to buy a chicken so we could have eggs but that was met with a definitive `no`! At this time, Robbie and I began to seriously think of ways out. Our friend Emile had managed to get someone to drive him from Sogomoso to Bogota very early in the morning - around the side roads all the way there. We thought if we could get to Sogomoso, this may be an option, however the Doctor was quite negative ``ět is a ...
... sights. She also told us that ALL were in walking distance, so we didn't need to go on expensive tours. We must have a poor look about us. The only thing we may have to book is rappelling and caving as they require equipment.
Martica also told us of a tasty cheap place to eat in town so we hit there as we hadn't eaten since breakfast. It was a good call too El Parrilla did a meal deal with soup, drink and a full dinner for 6,0000COP (less than 3E) and it was really ...
... didn’t have time to visit Bogota now and didn’t want to get stuck in a big city for Christmas.
I expected the countryside around Bogota to be a bit like Quito, but it was quite different, with some very green Scottish-looking countryside, with pine trees and hills, although a much warmer climate. Colombia had provided one of the worst (albeit scenic) roads of the trip, driving through the mud over the rainforests to ...
... in chase. It was quite comical and by the time we left the bird still had yet to be corralled. It was definitely a fun place to visit and being a monday we were the only visitors there, which was great except for the fact that their restaurant was closed. I know several of us were looking forward to trying some ostrich dishes, but we had to settle for leftover BBQ back at the villa.
On the way back into town our driver Guillermo attempted to move out of a tiny intersection ...