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    Day 1.027 – Don Matías -> Tarazá (residential)

    Don Matías -> Tarazá (residential)
    Distance (km) : 174
    Time on bike : 6h 57m
    Brutto time: 08.50 – 17.40
    Avg : 25.0 km/h
    Max.speed: 68.3
    Total (km) : 41.504
    Altitude: 100 m
    Difficulty: 4 of 5

    Pan de queso! Delicioso!

    Horse cart just north of Don Matías, northern Colombia.

    Colombian countryside...

    Colombian countryside...

    Colombian countryside...

    Weird religious monument!

    Enjoying a final mountain view before leaving the Andes range behind...

    Enjoying a final mountain view before leaving the Andes range behind...

    The Rio Cauca at around 400 m.a.s...

    Tropical Puerto Valdívia, northern Colombia.

    Tropical Puerto Valdívia, northern Colombia.

    Rio Cauca...

    Festival in Puerto Valdívia, Colombia.

    Festival in Puerto Valdívia, Colombia.

    It was a very long day from Don Matías to Tarazá, Colombia...

    Chilling with Julio (left), Vanesa (right) and her sister in Tarazá...

    On this day..

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    2 Responses to “Day 1.027 – Don Matías -> Tarazá (residential)”

    1. Mlle Sara Says:

      So, why is it that Joseph, a white male in this case, is driving? It’s realy more than just a religious monument.
      What about Mary, or Jesus? Yeah, I think Jesus should be driving. Jesus take the wheel! – no offence to Carrie Underwood fans…. I sould not help myself.

      Nicolai, it’s always a pleasure to read your stories and look at your pictures. It is often a nice mix of everyday your life, gorgeous landscapes, beautiful ppl, quirky stuff, animals & Ace and numbers. There is never a dull moment 😉

      Keep on rolling!

    2. Nicolai Says:

      Dear Sara…

      I agree: Jesus should be driving. Would be a Hell of a ride wouldn’t it? 🙂

      On my part, it’s great (more than great really) to be able to share my view of the world, my vision, my thrills, my ups and downs and the feedback (like yours) make it all worth the effort to share it…

      Nicolai

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