Hotel Casa Grande Paipa
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... is gonna happen to you.
Cerinza just have one hotel, that is cheap and small, but you can stay there comfortably, the food is typical, but I had a little problems because I'm vegetarian, so it's a little difficult to find food that I can eat.
The night is so cold, but you can stay in the square with some good music and some vine and having fun.
... which is pretty steep for a 20 minute flight! We would also need to fly to Quito, Ecuador because the border was closed (even if we managed to reach it via roads). We had heard those flights would cost us around $500 which was A LOT of money for people travelling on a budget. We had done a couple of weeks volunteer work to save some money and here we were spending the lot on a couple of flights. We were also really upset that we would miss out on so much of Colombia that ...
... his tail waving about. I was a little more careful where I walked after that.
The next day we set off to see the local thermal pools. Now thermal pools were never on the agenda for our visit to Villa De Leyva but Anthony somehow stratagically had me on the long hilly road to the thermal spas before I really knew what was happening, the man can be cunning when he wants to be. There are oodles of things to see here that we haven't seen or done before, but once again ...
... haven’t seen since leaving Britain. Here though, they even recycle at petrol stations. The countryside is stunning and so, so green. Every road is lined with old trees and there is much less evidence of the deforestation and agriculturalisation that have destroyed large parts of South America. It is a truly beautiful country. In part the guerrillas are responsible for this as large parts of Colombia have been unsafe for development and ...
... to head back to Bogota. The long ride gave me a chance to catch up on sorting photos for you guys here as well as some much needed sleep. We drop off Kirk & Diane at their hotel and say our goodbyes, as they were flying out early the next day along with Ray & John. We eventually arrive back at home with one last errand to complete: John wanted to buy a printer as a gift to the Ramirez family. As I mentioned in an earlier post we had to run to Cecelia's house to print ...