Friday, 25 October 2013

Tunja To Puerto Boyaca

Heading back to Medellin to get the rear shock checked, radiator protectors on and new Motorex blood for the engine we hit the tar seal to Barbosa.

Although we had come through this road prior it was from the opposite way and with the wetter conditions it bought out waterfalls etc so it seemed like an entirely new road and of course the view where opposite, it is amazing what you see looking back, this was not flowing last time 


This was new road (for a change) and again with mum nature feeding the land it made for great waterfalls.

Heading up and over the road from Barbosa we had already done however we had already covered most roads so ran out of options at that point . We did get to see more this time as the weather/fog was clearer 

During the night there had been massive thunder storms west of us, luckily the road up and over the top had missed most of it and was pretty dry as there is upwards of 50 km of ratty roadworks.

Getting back down onto the main drag we headed toward Puerto Boyaca to stay the night, along this road the amount of rain had become apparent but we were unaffected being on tar for a change.

Creeks were full and this was common sight along here. 

Not much more to say cos it was an easy open road ride ...... nice for a change 

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