A few weeks ago we took the bus from Cali to San Cipriano, which is located close to Buenaventura at the pacific coast.
In July/August we took a trip the the Amazon for a long weekend. We booked flights to Leticia, which is located in Colombia on the border to Peru and Brazil.
The final stop of our roundtrip through Colombia was Cartagena. The city is probably the most touristy one in Colombia and one of the few places you get along well without speaking Spanish. It’s a nice place to visit for it’s colonial building style though 2 days is definately enough to spend in the city.
The next stop of our trip was the parque Tayrona, which is situated close to the city of Santa Marta. The park includes the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, the world’s highest coastal mountain range.
The second stop of our week long round trip was Buccaramanga. We didn’t spend much time in the city itself but met up with Annie’s friend Rosa and her son Matteo and toured the area for 2 days.
This is the first stop of a round trip that we took during a week of vacation on July.
From what I had heard about Bogota it was supposed to be a huge city with a lot of rain that was not very nice to vist. Well as least the part with the rain was true as it rained almost all day and had only 15 degrees. That’s something that I’m not used to any more by living in Cali 🙂 Continue reading
After a long absence of posts due to being busy with travelling and work, a lot of posts about the following trips will follow the next weeks: