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... but they are funny looking little things. The whole stamp process was painless and simple. Afterwards, we returned to the hostel and went out to find breakfast. Steven said all he wanted was some eggs and bacon, so we stopped at a random restaurant and I asked the owner if they served this style of breakfast. We were in luck. For 7,000 COP/Colombian Pesos (approx. US$3.50) we each received endless glasses of fresh juice made from mora (blackberry) or luru (a citrus fruit native ...
... where I got to try cheese and caramel, yes together, and intestine of something. Not sure what, chicken I think? Won't be trying it again in a hurry.
My budget of £30 a day did well, my bill at the Cranky Croc came to 86000 cop, £26. That was for 3nights stay, 2 breakfasts, 2 coffees, 2 beers and 2 packets of m&m!
Next stop...San Agustin.
Better pictures will be uploaded when I can be ***** and have the time to upload from my camera!
... little Salento, dropped in
the main plaza, very pretty, surrounded with cafes, little old pubs and older buildings. The air was noticeably cooler. There were real cowboys walking about, 1950s era Jeeps called Willys. It was pretty, no doubt, a little more busy and commercial than I imagined it to be before I came. I learned quickly that it wasn't just travelers who came here but all kinds of Colombians to visit. There was a reason for this, it would unfold in the next couple ...
After a nice relaxing start to the morning after our late night arrival we wandered through the town looking for lunch. We spent the afternoon exploring the Museo del Oro (Museum of Gold) where we had a fantastic guide show us through one of the exhibits explaining the cosmology behind the designs. We learnt about the Chaman's and their riches and beliefs. That evening we played a local Colombian game at the hostel bar, where Corrina was a natural. The next day ...
... 400AD to 1650AD when the Spanish threatened to invade. Around 2000 people were believed to inhabit the city and it covered around 30 hectares.
We scaled several more terraces before reaching the summit and enjoyed the view. We relished the moment a while and kept in mind we were only half way done on our trek. Now it was time to walk all the way back. A gruelling 23km return journey back.