Estelar Paipa Hotel & Convention Center
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... you need to do that trekking for enjoying. The air is fresh (A lot), the colors (all colors) are brighting, the wind is spectacular, you can enjoy its soft but hard caress in your face and the Lagoon is wonderful, I didn't want to put my hand in its waters because the cold, but I think, that waters must to be frozen, really!.
After a few hours of delicious sightseeing we had to come back, we returned to the town ...
... 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 ...
... bless menu del dias! Anthony was so happy with all the savings that he decided we could splash out and buy stuff to make cocktails. We decided to change our cocktail of choice from a Mojito to a Cuba Libre. The Mojitos are our favourite but require us to find and carry fresh mint, being in Colombia its probably not the best idea to be carrying a funny looking herb around, so we changed to Cuba Libres. Carrying limes is for some reason much more socially acceptable. So we ...
... and some of the most frustrating with it landslides and long winding single lane highways with too many lorries. However all of the routes we have driven so far in Colombia have had the most gorgeous scenery in South America so far (in my opinion) and now we were to be blessed with the first paved 3 lane motorway we have seen since leaving Britain. It’s just a shame that nobody has taught the lorry drivers which is the slow lane.
... up backing into a cab. This quickly became quite a scene (and was probably the most interesting thing that happened there all week) as the cabbie wanted a significant amount of cash for nothing more than a bent license plate frame! Yes, the damage was that minimal, but he insisted that we pay more. This is not like back in the States where everyone (in theory) has insurance and there are protocols for traffic accidents. Instead you negotiate on site and pay up then and there if ...