Hostal Alto de los Andaquies
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of us and after some hard bargaining on my part we got a deal on the special tour and the jeep tour for the next day. Up in the hostel we met a great couple of people and then another group joined us from the special tour. They said it was good for a laugh and not to take it too seriously. At 5 Vicki and I excused ourselves and headed off to see how cocaine is made in this little town. The process is both interesting and horrifying. Mum you'll ...
At the turn off to San Agustin where the bus left us there are thankfully taxis waiting, which we hope we don't have to pay for. In our taxi is a guy who looks very tourist operator like but he seems nice and knows where our hostel is so we are happy. Not long after checking in the guy turns up at our place with a map and information, yep he is a tour operator. We decided on a jeep tour for tomorrow and he offers us a discount which is nice, ...
... living through legal tourism and by participating you're contributing to one of Colombia's biggest problems - military presence is heavy in these parts due to previous guerrilla activity. Besides, it's probably pretty risky as there is no doubt that the police are aware and paid off, but you could be the unlucky one that gets caught... Finally, it creates a slightly odd dynamic because the majority of travellers in San Agustin are just there to chill, while the ...
I'd read about the ancient tombs left in numerous places around San Agustin and really wanted to check them out. The road to San Agustin was a winding, bumpy and wet journey. The heavens opened as we climbed and wound our way up the mountain side, most of the time on sand/ dirt roads. We passed construction work where they were tarmacing part of the road... But they have a LONG way to go to complete the job! I'd heard that the opposite side of the mountains from Popayan, where ...
... history with plenty of gallops and I can't really think of anything much better. My horse was called Pinta and eager to go the whole time. I also got on a police horse that day!
With salsa in the evening and motorbikes back in fashion San Agustin has everything. I think I want to live in a village or small countryside town one day which compliments my dream of owning horses too!