Estelar Paipa Hotel & Convention Center
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- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... few of the sights in Villa de Leyva, we decided to get up early and try to fit in as many as we could in a long day. We decided to walk the 4km out to the dinosaur museum, 'El Fossil'. It was a hot day with the sun beating down but it was a really enjoyable walk, the heat here is dry so it is so much more enjoyable than the killer humidity of Santa Marta. As we walked to the museum we realised that the Colombians work in Irish kilometers, not quite as accurate as the ...
OK...so the sun we saw the other day was a little short lived and we are now able to set our watches (daily at 1430) by the rainfall. This luckily (?) falls in the afternoon which gives us no excuse not to remain inside and revise the Spanish we've "learnt" that morning!
Our teacher, Gladys is lovely...married and mother of two, and also a lawyer (which I now know to be "El Abogado" for those of you who would like to learn with us...). Two mornings ...
restaurants and a big cathedral. The streets are cobble stone in the
centre turning to dirt the further out you travel. There are running
streams with little bridges and people wanting to talk to you at
I really didn't think
that I could leave the little town but I now have the race against
time and so much more to see in Columbia. Off to the coffee industry