Hotel Refugio Pozo Azul

Address: Laguna de Tota, Tota, Boyaca Department, Colombia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Laguna de Tota, Tota, is near Laguna de Tota.
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      Sam

      A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Nov 19, 2013

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      Went to explore Lago de Tota, named after the oldest nearby settlement – maybe the lake has shrunk since but Tota is miles away!

      Did the crucero route to Aquitania over the hills with good views back over the Sogamosa valley and then over the neverending onion fields to the lake. The lake purported to be 55k sq, 2nd largest & highest (over 3000m) in South America after Titicaca.

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      Sam

      A travel blog entry by ccchrissie on Nov 18, 2013

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      ... or at least was and now a reconstruction has been put up in situ – it’s a very impressive building but little evidence of the sun association other than it’s orientation. There’s also remains of the cemetery – is this where they dug up the mummies from? There are also several other Muisca huts, presumably showing the development of hut construction – no info on these and none in the museum in ...

      LoColombia

      A travel blog entry by rhea_ on Aug 29, 2013

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      ... sell produce in Colombia - this has flooded the market with cheap North American produce which has driven down Colombian farmers profits and made it virtually impossible for them to make a living. Another area to suffer a similar fate is mining - the Colombian government has made it illegal for Colombians to mine and sold off the exclusive rights to wealthy foreigners, even going as far as to legalise the destruction of tools belonging to so-called artesanal (local) miners. ...

      Tunnels, dams, and waterfalls

      A travel blog entry by arango on Jan 05, 2013

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      We parted ways with Jose and Pati today, and headed north, back to the coast where we began this trip. We needed to cross back over the Eastern ridge of the Andes to get to the highway, but we were not certain which would be the best route. We asked a few truck drivers and locals, and they indicated the road were were thinking of was a good road and a really beautiful drive.

      They were absolutely right that ...

      Once upon a time.... Colombia

      A travel blog entry by anaklopez on Jun 23, 2011

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      Boyaca's Bridge is the most important places in Colombian history. When We went to Zipaquira, we saw this historic place. There was the Francisco de Paula Santander monument near Boyaca's Bridge, where Colombian independence was won against the Spanish army. A policeman was talking the independence Colombia history.

      There I saw ...