Spending a couple of days in the Desierto de la Tatacoa, a desert which is actually an old Tropical forest, again together with the Mexican. Perfect for stargazing at night and discovering both red and grey deserts by day. This time, we only got chased by a dog once, we enjoyed a horse ride that left our butts sore for the next two days and we were surrounded by baby goats for a second. Life can be worse, I suppose.
After the White city of Popayan we dived back into the country side, up to the small village of San Augustin. Known for it’s pre-Columbian burial sites, you have to visit the Archeological National Park with its hundreds of statues spread out in the mountains. The Mexican showed his most pretty side in the pictures and we got chased by angry dogs while looking for a hidden waterfall.
Montenegro, you bewitched me already – first impressions of my temporary home away from home
Zion National Park in pictures.
The National Park of Bryce Canyon in pictures
So far I’ve only talked about Havana. The mixture of feelings, impressions smells and colors. How big of an impression it left on me. Little did I know how big the impact would be of Viñales. Or Trinidad. Or Varadero, initially not my first choice to go to. How warm and colorful the country and […]