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Straight away it was a climb out of Tun. It soon revelled a beautiful pictures landscape with a large river running through a valley with large sharp jagged mountains in one direction and in the other, mountains made up of red rocks. After 15km I found Yannis stopped at a restaurant. I joined him for a cold drink. We cycled on together.

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High up in the mountains with the help of a dam. A large man made lake had been created. The old road havd now under water. The new road ran high beside with great views. We stopped in Gigante for lunch before cycling on in the hot afternoon sun. We were stopped by some young guys hsve Bogota who havs to film us. On the outskirts of Garzon we negotiated paso for a cheep basic room. We were the only guests and when we ran the water for the shower it came out brown. There was actualy a swimming pool as well. Sure there are lots of hills. After a little bit of hard work there is always a reward on the down hill. Tonkght scenery was again awesome today as at one stage we were cycling through a gorge.

It was again hot and hard to cycle up the hills. It was nice to reach Pitalito. We looked at some over priced hotels and all with stairs. So a pain to get the bikes up. We found a spot in a car park before deciding to find the bomberos. With a spot for our tents under cover. Before we went our separate ways. It was a tough climb. With nice views of the valley. On reaching San Agustine I sought out a hotel that had been recommended to me by the Germanys. Camping for Paso with shower use of kitchen and wifi. Chilling out today before a big day at the archeologically park tomorrow.

It started off by needing to visit the toilet at regular intervals. Then the stomach cramps arrived with esuating pain. I felt so sick I considered going to the hospital. After about 4 hours I only just got out of my tent in time before I started throwing up. I felt a lot better after this. I got the colativo up to the archeologically park where I spent the morning exploring the site full of carved statues, burial tombs and a ceremonial fountain where small pools and channels had been carved out of the rock. Last night coming back from dinner. I was talking to a guy who offered to take me on a Cocaine tour for something different. He said just 1km out of town they are processing the coca.

I declined his offer.

I started by getting a colativo 15km up the valley to Obando. Small mountian town with a museum in the centre containing Anchiant berial tombs. One of the toumbs you were able to enter. After the toumbs I kn a few km down pleaze the Magdalena Narrows. This Looiing the point the Magdalena river is at its narroest. One and half meters at most and the water was terring through. Ad the Narrows I Lookinb to start climbing back up. I was now walking back in the direction of San Agustin. The next site was El Purutal 3km up a dirt track. Here are the only two remaining statues that still have colour. La Chaquira was my last stop. Here A statue is still connected to a rock high above overlooking the Magdalena river.

I was meet by a peace march coming the other way. All the marchers were wearing white and they were celebrating the signing of the new peace deal between the Farc Gorillas and the government after 50 years of conflict. The days cycling started well with a quick 9km decent. I meet a French cyclist coming the other way. He had just started his trip in Bogota and is also heading to Argentina. Once I got the 30 km back to the main highway. It became a day of climbing. Mostly it was nice and gradual……. It was very scenic as usual.

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