Hostal Alto de los Andaquies
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... we went. A little harder riding, steeper little uphills. There is no resting of the legs or the concentration when mountain biking so it is very tough. I was about to bonk when yeah…the lunch truck. Well despite trying to refuel, I think I had gone a little past my edge because I had zero energy after lunch. Luckily there was a small coke stop about 4k from lunch. The dirt had turned very soft and the steep little hills had gotten steeper and softer…the ...
... We were now following the mighty Magdelena River, and some of it's tributries, it's wide valley floors, often narrowing to steep gorges hundreds of meters below. This river is the lifeline for the majority of Colombia, it's length more than1500kms, from a source close to San Agustin. In years gone by, paddle steamers would carry people, & supplies along its' length, however, today there are parts too shallow to pass, due to ...
... opposite corner to the supermarket on the town piaza. Very enjoyable meal, helped down by red ‘cycling’ wine and sparkling Martini white wine from the supermarket. Also there was a cup cake shop very handily next door to the cafe so able to go and buy 6 cup cakes, candles and matches so we could light a birthday candle on a cake for Mark and sing him Happy Birthday once again.
Looking forward to our rest day tomorrow.
... one, and we saw all of the suggested sights from the lonely planet!
Sarah managed to persuade Liz that a horse riding tour of some more statues was essential, so Liz had her first horse ride ever!! It wasn't much to write home about (haha) but was a nice chilled out day with (unexpectedly) a Spanish speaking guide who couldn't speak English. Sarah had to play the translator, which probably meant not much information was being correctly understood ...
... picked up in a jeep, where we joined Andre from Brazil, Andre from France, Beatrice and Feig from Germany, and Norbert from Germany. We'd met Beatrice and Feig in our hostel in Popayan, and had joked that we would run into them in San Agustin! Our first stop was at Rio Magdalena, where we saw the narrowest part of the river, a place called El Estrecho. Here the river narrows to just 2 metres. Next we went to a museum and saw a number ...