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... kites arch and glide in the wind. Coming from Bogota where we spent just two hours waiting for a bus, only seeing the city in it's early morning greyness from our bus seat, the disparity between the two places is striking. Clean, unpolluted and spacious, compared with the dirty, crowded and poverty-stricken capital. With it's sMediterranean feel, pristinely clean white buildings and cobblestoned streets, ...
... tables and chairs lie lazily in the cool shade. At night the square lights up yellow from the old iron gas lamps that are fixed to the walls.The walls of course are dripping with gorgeous bougainvillea.
Henry is one of those guides that when walking,he will suddenly stop and say “listen”.What he is asking me to listen to is the absolute silence of the village and with a smile he says,”Is that not beautiful?”,he walks as an ...
... by many to be the nicest in Colombia. From Barichara we followed the Camino Real, or Royal Road to Guane. (Oddly enough, this bumpy road made of hand placed stones and frequented by Christians this time of year was constructed by a German in the mid-1800s.) I normally aim to walk five miles daily when I'm traveling, and I've surpassed that during the past two weeks. Needless to say, while getting my legs into better shape ...
... 10 minutes of taking in the beauty before joining 2 others on a 20 minute guided tour. It really is stunning albeit a brief tour because half of the inner building is being totally refurbished due to woodworm. Apparently its the oldest Monastery in South America. We took some photos and bought some small gifts, including a glow in the dark figurine of jesus to help Jonny on his rally driving tours. It didnt seem appreciated! Requira The journey was via Tinjaca (where we took ...
... and the graffiti tour. The mall had mostly all the restaurants I like. The graffiti tour was cool because we learned graffiti and street art are legal in Colombia. There are a lot of techniques people use including stencils, spray paint, paint brushes and paint rolls.
We left Bogotá yesterday morning and I felt ready to leave. The bus was four hours to Villa de Leyva. The small bus was bumpy enough that I hit my head. I wondered if I hit the ...