I'm Martin and welcome to My Travel Blogography. Where I find the world I travel too, is easier to explain through the lens of a camera. Food, Bicycles, Music, Tradition and travelling off the beaten track.
Beautiful rock/sand stone formation, with view of Rovira. I not exactly sure how this places was formed, I would believe from rain washing the soft sand away and leaving this formation!
Spent the evening with my Colombian family walking from Rovira (About 2 minutes) to Valle de Los Munecos.
Secret places in Colombia, you won't find many gringos here!
Spent Easter Friday with my Colombian family/friends with a large fish lunch and the afternoon spent down the river. There was 9 of us and a dog in the motor taxi!
This part of Colombia there an't many tourists and its great to live with a large local family, living the way they do.
Not exactly sure how the rocks where formatted and whether this area is in a earthquake or Volcano zone, but the nearest active volcano is only 60 old k's north away "Volcán Nevado del Tolima" and can also bee viewed from Buena vista on a clear day, another 15 k's south from here.
Waterfall with clean water and not freezing!
Another waterfall and beautiful rock formation
Natural rope swing
Natural rock formation (Looks like it has been cut by machine)
Is on the way to Cali from Bogota and only 1 hour from Rovira, Valle de San Juan & Villa Restrepo.
There is a Migration Office where you can extend your stamp for 90 days more, photos are taken in the office. You will need your passport, onward ticket and payment Col. $80,000.00. Address: (Centro Facilitador de Services Migratorios Calle 10 # 8-07 Tel: 273 1018) Private Medical: Clinica Centro Medico La Qunita. Carrera 5a No. 39-72 Tel: 2648795
There are many markets in town known as plazas. Fruit is also sold on the street.
Taxis have meters and are cheap
Only an hour from Ibague.
The geographical setting of the village comprises a series of mountain slopes, where articulate small flat areas formed by materials in rainy seasons, that are located in the foothills and have permanent water of small creeks which running perpendicular to the direction of geographic valley sense. The area around San Juan Valley is composed of fertile soil in which valleys and plains are denoted and where you can see large crops of corn; its main agricultural product. There are also rivers and streams that punctuate the landscape with a forest of medium height.