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... not only for himself but also for other colonists. Ocampo then proceeded to sell land for settlement. To encourage settlement, Ocampo returned to Anaime to ask for the help of his friend Juan de la Cruz Cardona, and to marry thirteen year-old Arsenia Cardona. Six months after its founding, in August 1890, Armenia had reached a population of 100 people, allowing it to gain legal recognition by the government. The city was initially called Villa Holguín, in honor of the ...
... we had met at the hostel. On the journey both ways the car was packed with around 12-13 people, both in the car and in mine and Luke´s case, standing on a narrow platform on the back of the car. Once there, we hiked the beautiful 5 hour circuit through the valley, including a short hike off the circuit to Acaime, a hummingbird sanctuary where the small entrance fee buys you a chocolate con queso (big hot chocolate with cheese) that can be sipped while the tiny, ...
... certain point. Rigt, so we have to walk to the valley... Two hours later, hiking in rainboots, with many needed breaks as most of it was uphill in the sun, we arrived at the beginning of the valle. We took a break for an hour and it started raining in that time. lol
So, we decided that since we were there, we may as well try to do part of the trek.
I wish i had pictures of how muddy it was here. I'm talking boot eating mud. We treked through it ...
YAY, I'm finally back in Colombia, the country that I consider my second home, because half the people that I love in this world are here! I am finally back with Celeste, Carlos and Inti (and many other friends), although sadly Aimee has gone away on holiday for the duration of my trip here :(!!!!
I shall be spending the remainder of my time in South America in this beautiful country, with my ...
... together, but they had met the night before and were taking comfort in their mother tongue. We took a jeep to town to catch the 9:30 jeeps to the valley. Three jeeps were so full of people that some stood on the bumper for the whole 25 minute ride. There weren't 4 spots left, so we took our own jeep with two other randoms. Entrance to the park is free. We began our trek passing grazing cows and pastoral homesteads. We crossed some sketchy bridges and hiked through the mud. After ...