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Travel Blogs from Villa de Leyva
... off on a 15m dash toward the bowls.With much yelling and screaming the punters egged their beasts on until the winner hurled itself into one of the bowls,it was a comical masterpiece and of course the little kids loved it!
Needless to say though I was not myself and was really feeling weak and a little dazed by this nasty bug.I did not hang around long before making my way toward the hotel.On route I had to pass a really crowded area of people and this ...
... like a gigantic anthill. The traffic continues day and night, which means the whistle blows do too, though by sundown most people are crowding the huge central plaza where live music can be heard and drinks can be had for three times what they cost in Bogota. Thankfully, the cacophony of music coming from all directions you normally hear as the locals compete to blow out their speakers isn't an issue.
Since Villa ...
... s probably not a terrible place to be a stray. Most of the time they are lying in the sun.
Tomorrow I head back to Bogota and fly to Armenia in the coffee region. From there I will bus it or take a cab to the little town of Salento. Sometimes cabs are just worth it, I am finding. It will be an early morning, so I need to hit the hay. So far I'm liking Colombia, and I hope those feelings continue!
A beautiful morning, which was just as well as I had an early start – paper thin walls. The Saturday market was barely getting going so wandered off for a few photo ops before returning & lapping up the atmosphere and some hot chocolate accompanied by bread and cheese – this seemed the safer of the options – wasn't going to tangle with cow heel & puffed corn soup!
Headed to the coffee stand but didn’t embellish it with the whisky ...
... needed reassurance.
First we asked an old man in a little shop, we followed his way till
the road ended at what looked like entrances to three
properties......back we went
Then we knocked at hostel La
Mara, a women answered us through a solid wooden gate before finally
opening the gate to speak to our faces. She rabbled off a speal ending
with "bueno" before slamming the gate in our face. We ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking