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... the Cathedral of Salt. The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá is an underground Roman Catholic church built within the tunnels of a salt mine 200 meters underground in a Halite mountain near the town of Zipaquirá, in Cundinamarca, Colombia. It is a very popular tourist destination and place of pilgrimage in the country. The name "Salt Cathedral" is mostly to attract tourists - while a functioning church that receives as many as 3,000 visitors ...
... or restaurants. I flushed the toilet, and it kept on flushing. It sounded like a fire hose. I wiggled the handle, but nothing happened, but it was leaking around the handle. There were no other moving parts to do anything. I thought I could call maintenance, but Scott was still sleeping and I was in my PJ's.
I decided to rest a little while longer despite the flushing toilet. Then I decided to shower. By the time I was done ...
... The Saturday had a fair amount of people around the crag, with plenty of restaurants to choose from, the Sunday saw even more people arrive, many families and couples walking beneath the crag and spending time together. That afternoon, we saw what Reina, one of guides could do, proceeding to climb 5.12b followed by 5.12c, then 5.13a, on the final route not having enough quickdraws to clip, he had a massive run out, and on reaching the top had to lasso an in situ biner to lower off, ...
Well that was one of the tougher travel days I have had!
We definitely needed re-de-iceing .... I just didn't expect it to take 2 hours! And yet ....
We finally had wheels up at 2pm -- roughly when we were originally supposed to land. We had breakfast at 3pm (this was supposed to be a morning flight, remember), although the booze was free. So red wine with my omelette it is!
The flight itself was pretty uneventful - we didn't crash - it's just that by ...
... and Lulo juice to drink. For dessert, they had flan and a corn pudding which is boiled in corn husks. It was way more than I could eat, but I tried everything.
After we ate, we walked to the pool. To get there we had to walk down a very steep hill. It wasn't so bad going down, but going up was a little more challenging. The family that had the pool actually had two cement pools. One was about the size of a small hotel pool; ...
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