Hotel de Silvia

Cr 7 & Cl 8, Barrio Boyaca, Silvia, Colombia | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


... amp; definitely easier this way. El Tablon was badly signposted and disappointing, El Duende was ok but by Segovia things were brightening up with all the decorated tombs.

A big group was keeping them occupied down below, so explored the upper ones as they are always the best – the important people get the best views even when dead! Can’t do too many as is tough on the knees – ...


A travel blog entry by ccchrissie


... finally stopped by morning though looking at the clouds, was not optimistic it would remain so. On my walk to the bus station was again accompanied by the friendly little yellow birds who liked to perch really close and then fly a little bit further on and repeat, several times over – seem to treat it as a bit of a game.

Once I got to the bus station I realised I hadn’t paid – usually I pay in advance - not intentional due to the faults above or ...

Popayan to Silvia.

A travel blog entry by leighike


12th September .. I walked to the bus station, waited five minutes in a modern minibus and was on my way. I had the front seat as well. My impression of Popayan, bar the knife wielding youth, continues to improve from an already good starting point. Having collected a few more people in Piendamo we continued on to Sylvia. At almost 2,500 m's above sea level I knew I was going to like it. Low humidity, ...

Cali to Popayan.

A travel blog entry by leighike


... is a really nice town. Very pretty and I instantly took a liking to it as I walked through the streets to the hostel I had booked. No need for a taxi or bus on this occasion. The hostel has a very good feel to it. Plenty of bathrooms and showers, well equipped kitchen and nice rooms. It is quiet which for a hostel can be unusual. If you find yourself unfortunate enough to be travelling in Colombia then I can ...


A travel blog entry by samlocke3


... its variety and maintenance of traditional Colombian methods passed down from generations.

We hit a huge indoor fruit & veg market to stock up on some fresh stuff, as well as stopping by the local supermarket. The range of exotic fruits on offer is very colourful and exciting, most of them have names that I do not recognise, but we were able to make a great fruit salad and healthy veggie omelette for dinner.


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