- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... too well, por puesto straightaway to Cucuta, only to find I’d been lied to and cheated yet again! Taxi driver refused to wait while I went through immigration – booted me out and drove off – don’t pay to Cucuta – pay only to San Antonio, pay 107 departure tax, fill in the form and get stamped out - then walk across the bridge and get stamped into Columbia – I got 90 days as I asked specifically. Then ...
... for them as they waited patiently for the formalities to finish. A bit odd of a site to present as they had to be carried up the stairs, then out of their wheelchairs and into their old plastic chairs to be carried back down to return to their homes. Needless to say they were very grateful and happy to receive a chair.
On day two we delivered two chairs to homes in the incredibly beautiful hillside. These recipients were very limited to what their ...
... We took a taxi to the bus terminal at Cucuta and travelled about 3 hours through the mountains to hit Pamplona.
It's about a million metres higher than Cucuta, so after we located all our jumpers it was just about time to lay down and deal with altitude sickness. When we felt a bit more human, we explored the tiny town nestled amonst hills. A slow meander up the hill into the ...
Again we woke briskly today. Our aim was to get to Barrancabermeja by nightfall and we only knew that we had to change at Bucaramanga, which was about 3 hours away but we didn't know how long the journey was from there, we just knew it was about 81km. We have no hotel booked for tonight. But before leaving San Gil we wanted to have a peak at a waterfall and that could take most of the morning. In any case we were waiting on some washing that Christie had given ...