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... Mission accomplished. We only got slightly lost in this outing twice, and those of us whom the fan in our room was directed to seemed to have slept well for the four hours allotted. I was not one of the lucky ones, however, with the fan pointing no where near me.
Yesterday, our primary goal was to travel the short distance from Barichara to Bucaramanga, mostly to minimize the number of hours we would ...
... orders the chickpea. Fail: it comes with pieces of rubbery cows' stomach floating conspicuously in a sea of beans. My appetite disappears at the same speed a sly smile creeps onto my face. Fortunately, the spinach soup is a winner and free from strange particles. We gulp it down, pay the 40p bill and hop in a cab and out to the FINCA. As we pull up, i spy a fire in the process of creation and a stern, handsome Colombian cocooned in a Northface coat sizing us up from the ...
[Blog by Laura]
We arrived back in lovely San Gil around lunch time, so that became our first order of business. While waiting for our food, we mapped out a plan of what we would do for the next few days and then proceeded to implement it.
For the rest of the afternoon and evening, we spent our time at the hostal preparing for our border crossing to Venezuela. What´s to prepare you ask? Well, things in VZ are a little more complicated than the rest of South ...
Girón Wed-Thu 9-10/3/11
If you're travelling on a budget then you're better off staying up the road in Bucaramanga and visiting Girón for the day. There are few places to stay and the few that are, are ridiculously overpriced. Buses run continuously throughout the day between Bucaramanga and Girón.
Girón Chill Out Hostal, Carrera 25 No. 32-06, Tel: (057) 646-1119, Web: ...
... morning started on 5.30 AM. After that it was like their were masses continuously going on their. It sounds great all the singing which can be heard all through the center. People go with their families to visit the church and hang out on the square where the meet their friends and buy the snack that are sold on the street like baked corn, sate and peeled mangos.
We enjoy being part of this life on a Sunday in Giron!