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... with children's bands, and ending in the finale with full blown orchestra from Bogota. Columbians from across the broad valley came to enjoy. In addition to the orchestras, there was a 70 person choir practicing in the old church. located on the same square. They both had to compete with something that drew more attention. That is the Columbian futol team, which played a match. They really love their futbol here.
... himself as if he has never been to the place,carrying his camera and pausing for shots and pointing them out to me and he just stands and stares at the wonder of it all.I loved his passion,a man of 64 years having gone through so much but not an ounce of bitterness or pessimism,he greets everyone he passes by doffing his hat and soon I am doing the same taking pleasure at gaining a returning smile for basic human courtesy.Travel teaches you how to be really human and Henry ...
... br> From Bucaramanga the Chilean and one of the German guys accompanied me to San Gil, the extreme sports capital of Colombia where you can go rafting, canyoning, caving, biking, bungee jumping, hiking... We added a red-eyed Colombian cat from Bogota to our clan who knew San Gil well and joined us on our excursions to some waterfalls to do some swimming. Eventually we also made it out to the picturesque colonial town of ...
... look at the plaza and church) and Sutarmarchan (Farmers town where beer is drunk in copious amounts). Jonny obviously knows people in these parts.. he stops at a roadside vendor for the best Arepa con queso ever! then to Roberticos restaurant for sausages and potatoes, then on to Sutarmarchan Plaza. Its a beautiful town set at the foot of a huge mountain. A lovely church decorates the plaza and the surrounding stores are full of local farmers relaxing and drinking. We arrived ...
... away, it was back in place and we were once again off. At this point, we could see black clouds rolling in over the horizon, accompanied by lightning and thunder!! Unfortunately we couldnt out run the storm, and proceded to get absolutely drenched in the torrential rain...so much for being a desert!! The mud got everywhere and on everything. Luckily I did have a spare set of clothes, and my boots showed they are indeed waterproof. Unluckily ...