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Rovira Colombia With Juliana

What an experience for a 12 year old from England to visit her family in a small town in Colombia. And happened to be the same time I was staying in Rovira.
I have known Juliana since she was only 6 months old and was a pleasure to share a wonderful week with her and her family.

Juliana and I

One of the chickens that warders in the garden

Juliana making friends

View of Rovira

Feeding a horse

Preparing lechona while dogs are waiting for scraps

Juliana climbing. Mona loca

Fresh milk

Grinding maize

3 leche cake, for Juliana's birthday

Fruit cocktail

Backing bread

Eating marshmallows

Tamal

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