Hotel Iguaque Campestre
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... of agricultural produce plod stubbornly along well worn paths and there seems to be all the time in the world to sit and drink bottled beer and munch on empanadas in the temperate climate whilst chatting to the locals on a bench or seated in a cafe overlooking the square as life shuffles along at a very leisurely place.
The village sits in one of the many valleys in the mountain range known as the Cordellera Oriental which is actually part of the Andes ...
... us! the place was empty, we were the only people visiting today, it seems. Absolute heaven. We followed a parallel river path to the first waterfall where a no entry sign and a broken wire fence halt our progress. Of course we ducked through the hole in the fence and continued along an eroded hillside path that lead down to the bottom of the main fall. Its such a beautiful place and great for photos! After surveying the continuing path we decided to head back up to the car, pay ...
... were unable to swim because the bottoms are pure mud. After walking around the pools, we walked back up to the main road. Our plan was to check out some dinosaur fossils that we heard about down the road.
Nobody wanted to see the huge dinosaur fossils except for me and my mom because ...
... routes down the mountain and chanced upon what looked like a path on the back side, created by natural water flow and now mostly dry at this time of year. This turned out to be like our own canyoning adventure. We scrambled over boulders, climbed down steep rocks and inched our way around stagnant ponds. We got incredibly close to the hotel resort that marked the end of the mountain, but we were stopped in our tracks by a ...
... very slow trucks many times. But the bus had airconditioning so it was a lot less tiring than the previous long ride in blasting heat. I enjoyed the same landscapes, especially the part just north of Tunja with super high steep mountains and a river alongside the road. Mountain scenery In Tunja it was a swift and easy change to he minibus to Villa de Leyva, which took an hour and a quarter instead of the promised 45 minutes. ...
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