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Ciudad Perdida/Volcan de Lodo

Location: Atlantic coast, Colombia

The 6 day round trip to Ciudad Perdida (Lost City), Volcan de Lodo, and chillin´with Juan Valdez in Santa Marta

21 Mar 2007, 2:22PM

That little speck on the far plateau is me. It is an awesome sight, you feel like you have warped back in time.

22 Mar 2007, 10:08AM

The many steps (something like 1800) to get to the top (and back down) of the Ciudad. They needed a "Slippery when wet" sign.

22 Mar 2007, 3:25PM

We stayed in these traditional huts on the 4th night. These blasted turkeys woke us up in the morning. I also discovered I can communicate with turkeys, they responded to my gobble. When I get home, ask me to do my turkey imporession, its really good.

22 Mar 2007, 11:22AM

We ran out of food and were forced to eat grubs, a source of 9 essential nutrients and enriched with omega 3. haha, yeah right.

22 Mar 2007, 5:24PM

Every morning we awoke to an impressive view of mist rising from a valley, welcome to the Colombian Andes baby!

20 Mar 2007, 1:55PM

Pretty much wonderwoman and superman after getting atop the rock, it was slippery and hard to climb, but Fritz (from Germany) and I made it!

24 Mar 2007, 5:37AM

Our final morning, a little bit more chilly as we are higher up, but a sensational sunrise with flowers blooming in the foreground.

23 Mar 2007, 3:30PM

Arenīt they cute. They remind me of Zane when he was little. Freddy I would like to make a Mom joke but will hold back.

26 Mar 2007, 10:10AM

Happy as a pig in shit!

26 Mar 2007, 10:01AM

The big pile of Volcan de Lodo

25 Mar 2007, 3:05PM

Clean and enjoying the fruits of nature (or should I say beans). Good work Juan Valdez and your burro!

26 Mar 2007, 10:43AM

Could I be any more attractive?



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The many steps (something like 1800) to get to the top (and back down) of the Ciudad. They needed a "Slippery when wet" sign.

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That little speck on the far plateau is me. It is an awesome sight, you feel like you have warped back in time.

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We ran out of food and were forced to eat grubs, a source of 9 essential nutrients and enriched with omega 3. haha, yeah right.

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We stayed in these traditional huts on the 4th night. These blasted turkeys woke us up in the morning. I also discovered I can communicate with turkeys, they responded to my gobble. When I get home, ask me to do my turkey imporession, its really good.

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Pretty much wonderwoman and superman after getting atop the rock, it was slippery and hard to climb, but Fritz (from Germany) and I made it!

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Every morning we awoke to an impressive view of mist rising from a valley, welcome to the Colombian Andes baby!

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Arenīt they cute. They remind me of Zane when he was little. Freddy I would like to make a Mom joke but will hold back.

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Our final morning, a little bit more chilly as we are higher up, but a sensational sunrise with flowers blooming in the foreground.

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The big pile of Volcan de Lodo

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Happy as a pig in shit!

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Could I be any more attractive?

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Clean and enjoying the fruits of nature (or should I say beans). Good work Juan Valdez and your burro!