Hotel Antonio Narino
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... Het schaalloze kaartje met afstandsaanduidingen als “ver”, “niet zo ver” en “10 minuten…of misschien 3 kwartier” is nog veel verwarrender. Maar we wagen het erop en lopen opnieuw een dik uur langs plastic kassen en meters hoge agave cactussen voordat we bij het in de ‘middle of nowhere’ liggende ‘Infiernito’ (ook wel de Colombiaanse Stonehenge genoemd) aankomen.
De twee rijen met ...
... having a rough idea where you are going.
2. Having a rough map
3. Getting slightly lost, but still mostly knowing where you are going.
4. Taking a "shortcut" through a farmer's field, asking directions from farmer.
5. going with great friends who sing the theme song form Indiana Jones as you scramble your way through ravines etc.
6. coming to your destination.
7. having it be totally spectacular.
We ended up in a ...
So, having agonised whether to remain here in Villa de Leyva for another week or so and sign up to private Spanish tuition, or head to the coast for sun, sea and surf...surprisingly we've gone for the former and Spanish Day 1 will be on Wednesday!
We are both now naturally nervous at the thought of going back to school but are hugely excited ...
... 10 85;ыми.
Что ж, даже если други 77; зрите 83;и очень краси 74;ы, сиден 00;е очень удобн 86;е, а в ...
... out of the boat, suddenly seemed more a question of when, rather than if it would be put into practice.
The good news was that between the challenging rapids we enjoyed a few relaxing moments, so we could enjoy the lovely scenery and even jump out for a swim once or twice. This was a nice cooling experience and it also gave us a chance to practise the positions we would need to use in the water. When it came to getting ...