Estelar Paipa Hotel & Convention Center
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... day so we signed up for bungee jumping. I've skydived before but that did nothing to calm my nerves before the jump. The thrill of jumping off the ledge down to the forest below was and incredibly mind bending experience. Something I would truly recommend to anyone. Before heading in to Panama, we stopped on the Caribbean coast to check out a wildlife rehabilitation centre filled with Costa Rica's indigenous wildlife like howler monkeys, sloths, and wild cats. Our first ...
... hill at all. It was a very strange feeling, being imprisoned up on a hill, looking down at the apocalypticly quiet roads around. There were literally no cars on the roads; the occasional push bike or pedestrian would walk past but other than that - complete silence. Around the dinner table, for the first few days we weren`t really affected. The Doctor kept a well stocked larder and we were still enjoying lovely meals and joking over dinner about being OK because we still had ...
... whitewashed walls and has one of the largest plazas in Colombia: Plaza Mayor.
We arrived at night with no hotel reservation so we (awkwardly) wheeled our bags through the bumpy streets in search of a place to stay.
Our 3 days in Villa de Leyva were spent relaxing, enjoying the town and testing several of the ...
... a lot about Israeli politics and history, as well as a lot about myself. I learnt how to chop vegetables the pretty way like a kitchen sous chef, made arepas - they are actually easy, tried lots of new fruits and vegetables I hadn't heard of before and how to improvise in cooking in hostals when all you have is the kitchen hob to cook from. I also saw places and did things I might not have tried from going along with other's suggestions. I ...
... macaroon muffins, sausages, cheeses and European-style cappuccinos, this quickly became my favorite place I had eaten on the trip so far. I was not alone, John liked it ever more than I did and everyone else pretty much felt the same way. I myself had to try a little bit of everything and thoroughly enjoyed every bite.
Shortly thereafter we stopped again to take a look around the town plaza at Chiquinquira. Rolling into town here you really start to feel like you are in ...