Getting closer and closer to the Southern hemisphere where we will be standing on the Equator. Actually Ecuador means “the Equator” in Spanish, what is a better place to stand on the Equator? But before crossing the Equator to the Southern hemisphere we stopped in Ibarra and visited an Australian,
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We travelled in Columbia between the 24th of July and the 23rd of August 2017. In total we spend 31 days travelling on our two motorcycles riding about 1600 miles. All our expenses are included in the overview in this post. Every penny we have spend together or for personal
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“Las Lajas Sanctuary” We have seen a lot of churches on our way through Central America and Columbia. “Las Lajas” has been a place, we wanted to see, since we started our trip, but first we had to drive the last kilometers from Laguna de la Cocha. Passing a pickup
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We ended up staying four days at Laguna de la Cocha. Jorge invited us on a boat tour on Laguna de la Cocha. He told us that Laguna de la Cocha also is called Lake Guamuez. The weather was a little bit of everything, it is located in an altitude
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So how was death road of Columbia “El trampolin de la muerte”?   I will get back to it later, because we had to stay overnight in Mocoa, which is the last town before taking the death road across the mountains to Laguna de la Cocha. On the way to
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What is cuy…? You can Google it, or I will get back to it later, but it is the first and probably the last time I will eat it, mostly because there is just enough meat on a cuy. First you have to meet our rafting team, for a half
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After spending some time in the mountains of Columbia we were looking forward to visiting the warm climate of the Tatacoa Desert, which covers 330 square kilometers around the city of Villavieja.   The area is heavily eroded and crossed by dry canyons that develop during the winter months. These
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To get to Valle de Cocora you have to pass through the small and charming town, Salento. It was an amazing drive through the mountains first on highway 50 to Manizales continuing on highway 29 before turning of to Salento. During the week it is quiet, and it is easy
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