Hotel Casa Blanca

Km 1 Via a las piscinas , Paipa, Colombia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Km 1 Via a las piscinas , Paipa.
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    A travel blog entry by rhea_ on Aug 29, 2013

    10 photos

    ... planned to see. Still, we needed to get out of the country and we discovered this was really the only way. Robbie had called the British foreign office that morning to ask advice to which they suggested getting in touch with the local police who should have some caravans to drive tourists to Bogota. Now, a lot of that seemed faintly ridiculous to me (1. why would police spend valuable resources on escorting tourists 2. there were road blocks - how were caravans supposed to get ...

    Perfect End to a Perfect Mountain Town.

    A travel blog entry by matt81 on Feb 29, 2012

    4 comments, 27 photos

    ... who walked mostly upright and developed the use of their forebrains. Hahahahaha

    My final day in Villa de Leyva was a spectacular one. I was planning on leaving but I woke up after a spectacular, long sleep (after a late night bbq and salsa dance party) and looked out my window at some brilliant sunshine. The average day in Villa de Leyva was partly sunny or cloudy in the morning, followed by thunder storms and rain in the afternoon. ...

    Country Home

    A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Sep 12, 2011

    89 photos

    ... world. Most everyone there was a local on their Sunday routine, including a whole church full of townspeople waiting for mass to start. We were wandering through the cathedral taking photos and all of the sudden the processional began, making us about as out of place as we could possibly be. Slowly we crept out and spilled into the plaza where there was everything from photographers with fake horses and zebras for kids to pose on, people selling all sorts of handicrafts and snacks, ...

    Falso, Fiesta, Fireflies and burning thighs...

    A travel blog entry by cokercabana on Jul 14, 2011

    29 photos

    ... The book, by the way, is Don McCullin's autobiography Unreaonable Behaviour - a war photographer with a lot of stories to tell. I finished Clive Cussler's 'The Spy' within days of starting it, a good 1900's espionage thriller.

    On arrival in Villa de Leyva I got a taxi to the hostel, I accidentally paid with the 'falso' note and the driver said nothing - swings and roundabouts I guess.. It turned out the taxi fare in Bogota was the right amount, but I'm ...