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Gigante roca-Lechona anyone?

Location: From Penol to Espinal, Colombia

Working my way back to Bogota, stopping in Penol. Also ventured out for Semana Santa to the sunny town of Espinal, it was gorgeous!

28 Mar 2007, 1:39PM

200m of solid granite below me, complete with the vista bonita!

28 Mar 2007, 1:11PM

200m arriba...all solid granite baby

28 Mar 2007, 5:28PM

Makes you hungry doesn't it? Trucha is the succulent little trout raised in the lake you previously saw

28 Mar 2007, 2:32PM

Hmm...what could make this picture better, ohh wait, lets add a rainbow, thanks Mamma Nature!

1 Apr 2007, 5:28PM

This nice lady interviewed me in my hostal. She is the host of some "Globetrekker" which is aired on discovery channel and PBS. Look for my happy self drinking beer and telling her about how I love Colombia in about 5-6 months live on air!

1 Apr 2007, 10:48AM

I did go to church on Palm Sunday. The feeling of reverence really helps me understand religion and why so many people have such strong faith. A mass gathering of worship is a spectacular experience

7 Apr 2007, 12:55PM

Cowboy shows the path to the waterfalls, too bad no one was paying attention. I guess I never thought to look back on my camera at the photos, to maybe see the route.

4 Apr 2007, 1:46PM

Cata and Heather, tickled pink with our little setup...woo sunshine and pools!

7 Apr 2007, 4:08PM

I am always amazed at the fresh, overgrown green hills packed with life. The palms just accentuate la tierra and the experience.

7 Apr 2007, 1:20PM

Note Santiago in the background...this is the location of the massage rock.

7 Apr 2007, 5:13PM

Just about to loose the only thing that can help us find our way back to the car, but it sure looks good going down ;)

8 Apr 2007, 12:03PM

Ayyyyy que rico! Lechona, served hot, always. My #1 pork dish, wish we had this in Canada. Maybe I can get lessons. Hey Chels...would you try this one?



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200m arriba...all solid granite baby

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200m of solid granite below me, complete with the vista bonita!

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Hmm...what could make this picture better, ohh wait, lets add a rainbow, thanks Mamma Nature!

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Makes you hungry doesn't it? Trucha is the succulent little trout raised in the lake you previously saw

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I did go to church on Palm Sunday. The feeling of reverence really helps me understand religion and why so many people have such strong faith. A mass gathering of worship is a spectacular experience

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This nice lady interviewed me in my hostal. She is the host of some "Globetrekker" which is aired on discovery channel and PBS. Look for my happy self drinking beer and telling her about how I love Colombia in about 5-6 months live on air!

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Cata and Heather, tickled pink with our little setup...woo sunshine and pools!

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Cowboy shows the path to the waterfalls, too bad no one was paying attention. I guess I never thought to look back on my camera at the photos, to maybe see the route.

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Note Santiago in the background...this is the location of the massage rock.

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I am always amazed at the fresh, overgrown green hills packed with life. The palms just accentuate la tierra and the experience.

Close Window

Ayyyyy que rico! Lechona, served hot, always. My #1 pork dish, wish we had this in Canada. Maybe I can get lessons. Hey Chels...would you try this one?

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Just about to loose the only thing that can help us find our way back to the car, but it sure looks good going down ;)