Hotel Hospederia San Carlos
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... HUGE crocodile like head, filled with gripping teeth. It was definitely a carnivore. Most amazing of all, is that this creature is a baby Kronosaurio. Wow, how big were the big males? Many other fossils were on display as well.
On our way out to the museum, we passed a artist's home. A bit Gaudy -like , it was constructed by the artist who charges tourists to view the inside, his Casa de ...
... Rosa's directions in the dark, used google translate to speak with a tourist information guy and asked a few locals... Eventually reaching Rana Hostel. Following check in and a quick reunion we headed out into the centre of Villa de Leyva, which is a small village with cobbled streets and a square surrounded by tiny restaurants and a church. The church had its doors open and it was pretty cool to sit in the square and ...
... from the valleys to sell their produce.The place is alive with the smells of fruit and veg,meat and grilled sausages.The men are on the sides talking business and getting drunk on dark bottled beer and the wives are at the stalls dealing with the business of selling.Laughter is in the air mixed with chickens in wooden crates and mules and sheep baying on the slopes.The kids are running wild all scruffy and rosey cheeked.A shaman is selling natural remedies including a ...
... the countryside to celebrate and enjoy a long weekend, as they have here. First, streams of fancy foreign cars flowing down the cobblestone choke the causeways, which requires a legion of policemen armed with whistles to direct traffic in a place that doesn't even have a traffic light. Not surprisingly, many of these revelers are busy playing with cellphones while driving through the village, which was founded in 1572 and makes ...
... We had time for a quick shower and asked if the hotel could keep our bags safe whilst we went for a last minute tour of Villa de Leyva. Fortunately they had no problem with it and we got to take last minute photos and a shop around. Off to the terminal after that.. Lady Luck shone and we booked 2 bus seats for the direct route back to Bogota, leaving 5 minutes after we boarded. Tomorrow we wake early for a 4 hour journey to Mariquita, joining up with the family to spend bank holiday ...