Finca El Cielo
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
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... finally getting the hang of not braking on downhills and just letting it go. Much easier and safer because the body weight stays centered instead of shifting too much. For those that hike, I equate it to crossing a stream, you have to step lightly on each rock and move off quickly in case the rock moves. We rode about 35km on this stuff and then took a very small wooden ferry across a little river. So far so good. This did not take long so the sun was still kind. Then ...
Columbia truly is a beautiful country, more so because of it's diversity, & how friendly the people are, every single day the landscape changes, even at the pace of a bicycle!
The Tatacoa desert far behind us now, over the next couple of days, our journey takes us to the towns of Hubo, & Timama. Once again, rewarded with spectacular views, on those never-ending long climbs, thankfully, quite gentle on these sections, ...
... great surprise. Delightful setting - most of us were staying in what is called the Round House - two or three to a room. There are also some houses dotted around where lucky TdA members have been billeted out. Not that our room isn’t OK.
Wrote up my blog in the afternoon but no internet to speak of to get it uploaded. Was Mark’s birthday so went out to celebrate with him along with Nelson, John, Mike and Catriona Kennedy - to the cafe ...
After a self guided trip through the Archeological Park, we booked on a car ride around the area to see some more of the statues as well as some natural sights including several beautiful waterfalls and rivers. Luckily we were following another jeep as their driver was willing to explain the sights, whereas our driver was simply that. To be fair he had an almost bust car to focus on fixing everytime we stopped so we let him off! The day was ...
... afternoon in the hammocks.
In the evening, we ventured out for some food, drank wine, and played with the kittens and puppies in the hostel.
On Monday 25th, we took a tour around San Agustin. This was primarily to see the volcanic carvings. These are carvings marking tombs, and there are over 500 in the area, varying in size from 2 inches to 7 metres. The carvings were made between 300BCE and 1534CE. We started our day ...