Hotel La Hormiga

Address: Carrera 17C No. 55 - 56 Barrio Ricaurte, Bucaramanga, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Carrera 17C No. 55 - 56 Barrio Ricaurte, Bucaramanga.
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Travel Blogs from Bucaramanga

Cain talks with Abel

A travel blog entry by chimichenga on Apr 13, 2014

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Hevel: Hay-Vayt-Lammed, is nothing but life in an organism, an organic life, nothing more. Qa-een, carrying the totally awakened cosmic Aleph in flesh, tries to talk to him, but Hevel does not hear him. So Qa-een stands facing him, trying to stir ...

Loooooong days of travelling!

A travel blog entry by the5wynns on Oct 11, 2013

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... massive gorge carved by the Chicamocha River below. The three hours spent at the park itself was entertaining, but in a most disturbing way. The park is so full of distractions, you actually forget to look beyond the distractions at the canyon! Food is everywhere, four or five restaurants, not including the coffee, candy and ice cream shops along the trail up to a 360 degree lookout area. Did I mention that ...

Tantra, baby

A travel blog entry by jenifertravels on Jun 05, 2013

... guests. Squeaky clean food without oil or animal is the order of the day here; breakfast is freshly made cinnamon apple porridge and sweet pulped jugo de piña. After I'm done slurping, i take my coffee (Naughty) onto a patch of lawn for a post breakfast snooze in the sun, and enjoy the first of many mornings that live up to the region's tag line. At 2000 metres up, the air here is thin. So when the sun is out, you definitely feel the intensity of the heat. And this is how ...

Arrival in Bucaramanga

A travel blog entry by gayle_hoefker on Apr 03, 2012


... a 7 hour trip ride to arrive in Bucaramanga. Part of this trip included taking a boat on the Magdalena River. Tomorrow, we will make a plane flight to cover the same distance in 40 minutes.

When we were landing in Bucaramanga, I could see the lights in the valley. I thought we were pretty high to be close to landing, but I knew that was the city. All of a sudden, land jumped up in front of my eyes and there was the run way. It is built on top of ...

Colombia - so safe it is almost boring!

A travel blog entry by keelaurow on Aug 30, 2011

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... one thing, the currency has a Chavez implemented arbitrary rate that is really bad (compared to the rate you can get on the black market). All ATMīs in VZ are at the official rate, which would make travelling in the country extremely expensive. So, you have to go into the country already in possession of all the cash you think you will need while there. Of course, thieves know tourists are going to be packing wads of cash, so the likelihood of getting robbed there is much higher. ...