Hotel Casa Grande Paipa
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Paipa
... the attention of two very large barracudas. They kept trying to check me out a little too close for comfort so I made a frantic swim back to the shore, always keeping and eye on my followers. The followed me for a good 5 minutes until I made it back into shallow water. Well at least there is another bucket item checked off the list. Taking an overnight bus to Panama City, we arrived in the city a few days before our flight to Colombia. I'm not big into cities but Panama ...
... situation` he would repeat. He didn`t feel it safe for us to walk the 12km to Puntalarga as we were `gringo`s` and he felt that the situation may soon shift to place friction on the relationship between the rich and the poor. He even started to move his brand new car, to hide it where it couldn`t be seen from the road. It was at this time that we began to feel nervous that the problems which had been localised around the blockades might soon come to us. Also, the ...
... Mayor surrounded by white buildings, which is paved with cobblestones and has the large Cathedral. We sat in a restaurant with a balcony and watched the firestarters and fireworks whilst drinking tinto veranos.
The next day we moved to a cheaper hostel "Rana" and then went to tourist information to try and sort out a tour…we were pretty sure he meant meet back here at 1pm. ...
Villa Leyva, a small mountain town about 5 hours north of Bogota. This place could be Italy; it could be the BC interior in the summertime. It is dry, hot during the day, and cold at night. It's about 2000m elevation and is bounded by medium sized mountains and waterfalls. It is home to some strange artifacts, namely some oddly shaped Stonehenge type stones, a house made entirely of clay, and 1 of 2 fossils in the world of some incredibly nasty ...
... From there the next stop was the colorful town of Raquira. Raquira was different from Chiquinquira in that it seemed to thrive on tourism with it's seemingly never-ending rows of souvenir shops (mostly all the same type of trinkets repeatedly in every shop.) What Raquira is know for though is their clay work, with many stores selling all kinds of pots and other clayware. From what I could tell the other thing the town prided itself on was tackiness, and the town plaza reflects that ...