Sasaima, Colombia. As you can see on the first picture, I was dressed with the ‘peineta’ (like a big knife that you can use to: get bananas from the trees, cut some shrubbery, open a beer etc.) and ‘Volteado’ (typical colombian hat). After this text you can check the the pictures of the second day at Colombia. We began the day travelling for 1 hour, 16 people in one car. Yes, it seems like impossible but is true. 3 people in front of the car, 4 people almost out side on the back and 11 people inside.
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After 1 hour almost thinking that I could die there we arrived to Sasaima. We visited the small town lost on the middle of the hills of Colombia and ate a ‘Picada’ (visors, heart, nose of the pig, sausage, chorizo, blood sausage, salt potatoes, pork liver etc.) plus beer.
Then, we were ready to begin the trekking to the middle of the Colombian jungle, 4 hours walking across those superb atmosfear.