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... being. From Tierradentro we went on to San Agustin. Another memorable bus ride as Ton forgot to take his travel pills and this ride turned out to be the bumpiest one on the whole trip so Ton didn't really enjoy the scenery this time. San Agustin is situated in a lush, green mountainous valley where a pre Colombian civilization built some amazingly life sized statues of volcanic rock that guarded the burial sites. Some of them still have the original colors. As they are ...
Bike should arrive today after the normal wait for emails decision made to collect the bikes tonight even though it will be late. We wait to hear that they are there way.
Veronica then emails to tell us there has been a technical problem bikes will not fly until tonight errrrrrr. Collection has to be in the morning.
Tom and Lindsay go off to find some tyres so at least some progress can be made I sit ...
... is approximately 5,200 feet), which means that our temperatures stay between 50 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit year round. A typical day in Bogotá starts in the low 50s, rises throughout the day to mid 60s/low 70s, and then returns to the low 50s at night. Last week I checked the weather forecast for Michigan in preparation for a short trip to the U.S. and realized it was the first time I had checked the weather in 3 months!
At the same time, ...
... height: 22.5px; margin: 0px; padding: 0px;">We walked up the street to the music and were just in time for 6.20am bus to Armenia via the small village of Caucacia. Armenia seemed relatively modern with some nice houses and a big army base. The bus route didn't seem so direct and we pretty much saw whole town from the bus. Despite still being early on a Sunday, people were out cycling and jogging - this is the first place in Colombia we have seen people indulging in sport other ...
... we should all just forget about it? like America has forgotten 9/11? At what point I ask,does the past become forgettable?
The destruction of the South American indigenous peoples can be argued,if you take in disease as a “killer”,as the largest mass genocide of peoples in human history.Officially the holocaust is considered number one, Stalin's purges number two and South America at number three. But in terms of people killed as a result of ...