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... last stop for our tour was the Museo del Carmen which was a convent at one time. It was originally built in 1620. It was a beautiful place full of flowers and the museum itself houses a wonderful collection of vestments and religious art. The rooms are set with various aspects of convent life, and the collections of old books, hymnals, and such were impressive. The convent at one time opened up to the back for farming. To the side is a ...
... they got me. Pickpockets work in gangs and as a tall Westerner,I stuck out a mile,no matter how dressed down I was.If i was thinking straight I would have avoided the crowd and stayed in the open but feeling like **** and in a hurry I took a shortcut,bad move on my part.I felt something wet on my head as I was going through the crowd and I realized that someone had spat on my head,my natural instinct was to reach out and touch my head and look around and then I felt the ...
... the Andes I've also lost some weight, now needing to cinch my belt a bit. Although I started out fairly lean, I think I'm down to a 28" waist, but still rockin' steady...
I've been in Villa de Leyva since this past Tuesday while Holy Week revved up for the 4-5 day holiday most people in Latin America enjoy during Easter. This colonial town is normally a weekend getaway destination for the people of Bogota ...
... 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!
... in all of Latin America. During our brief late afternoon walk into town to get ingredients for dinner, we encountered several sheep, cowboys on their horses, fruit and vegetable markets and a bakery. We were set for dinner. The town has a great, laid back and friendly feel. The hostel, The Renacer Guesthouse, is a lovely place with hammocks surrounding the open air gardens & kitchen area. We think we will happily be here for a few ...
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