Hotel Nueva Granada
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... a lazy morning before heading into town for a wander and lunch. We went to Hotel Mica for a sneaky midday beer, observed some humming birds and then headed to The Lazy Cat for lunch. Indulging in a very western feast of beef burgers and grilled vegetable tortillas relieved us of the pain of more rice, potatoes and plantain! Being our final night in Minca, we packed our bags, made the most of our views and ate dinner at the hostel, yet again escaping the pain of the ...
... back in a hammock there was quite some snorring going on... =). Next morning at 5 breakfast and off for an 8 hours track to the next camp. Uphill, downhill, uphill in the mud on ways used by donkeys and mulis and therefore in a very bad condition. The lunchbreak was at a camp close to the river where we could have a nice swim in the cold cristal clear water and at around three in the afternoon we arrived in the camp close to the ciudad perdida. Tough ...
... with little leg room and Mark suffered for the first hour or so until he could get up and stretch. Even I was feeling uncomfortable. Also... About 2 hours into our 4.5 hour bus ride I realized there was no bathroom. Good thing I was severely dehydrated. We did eventually make it to Santa Marta. We were dropped off on the side of the road where there were some taxis waiting. I still don't think it was the right place (there was no bus 'station' in site) but we did make ...
... was a mess, my hands were a mess, and the corners of my mouth were burning. I think this was because my method of eating the lulo wedges meant I would get it on the corners of my mouth every time.
Now that I think about it, the inside of a lulo kind of looks like a tomato. It's a greenish jelly with seeds floating around, and has basically the same consistency. The walls separating the 4 sections are very un-tomato-like, ...
... 5 months and was now continuing his journey through (around) South America.
Plenty of people that I've met are still on an extended vacation that started before or with the World Cup. But I don't always get the same answers when I talk about the World Cup. Jerry and Luke each told me that they had been to several games, but had gone in such a... state sometimes that they didn't even remember them.
On the flip side, ...