Hosteria Del Molino La Mesopotamia
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... grounds, the processing area and the cellar. The last stop was a terracotta house that was built by an artist completely for show but had a great feel to it and would be fun to live in.
We were charmed by this small town and highly recommend it as a stop on any trip to Colombia!
We are having a great time on our journey and miss you all. More stories to come!
Lauren y Tony
Our last morning in Bogata leaving the Platypus in taxis for the bus station and a relatively short trip north to Villa de Leyva. The minivan despite being packed was very new and the trip took the expected time of 4 hours which was a pleasant change. The bus did the usual where the bus boy kept yelling as we crawled through suburban Bogata trying to pick up extra passengers. The landscape changed very dramatically as we approached the town to a sparse desert landscape. ...
... England friendly. A good 3-0 win versus Peru which provided some interesting insight into our chances. I was impressed but I’m not sure Hodgson is going to pick the right 11 to start but we shall see.
Tomorrow we have a long journey of 11hrs up to Medellin the second largest city and former home of Pablo Escobar in the North-East of Colombia. It’s now been cleaned up and is a highly vibrant, bustling city that is becoming a major tourist ...
... It's a phenomenon I simply cannot understand.) Instead I followed the advice of the Irishman who owned the hostel in Santa Marta and took a roundabout way southeast via Bucaramanga. I then passed through San Gil before spending Holy Week where I am now, in Villa de Leyva, about three hours north of Bogota. I couldn't be happier with this detour.
Bucaramanga is a city of about 1.2 million people and boasts the ...
... such a long walk, so everybody waited while my mom and I started walking down the road toward it. We walked for 15 minutes but when we couldn't find anything, we turned around. We walked back to town with the rest of the family and bought ice cream. We chilled out eating our ice cream and hung out the rest of the day.