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It was a formidable group. There were some very strong legs and lungs in that gang of five! I was at the bottom, and by that I mean way below the ability of five accomplished professionals. But we were just training, right? I hung on grimly up Hoosier Pass wisely following wheels—but what wheels! As I came off the back, the team car, being driven by team doctor Sabino Padilla, pulled up alongside me. Sabino motioned for me to grab onto the door handle, so I complied. Next thing I know we were going 45 miles per hour back up to the group. I regained the group only to be dropped again less than a mile from the summit. This time I wisely refused the door handle and just asked that they wait for me on top.
When I rode up they were all waiting at the summit sign. I actually made it halfway, 45 miles, to the top of Trout Creek Pass, before climbing into the team car. We had our first of many great chats that day.
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Just looking for someone real in duitama back over Hoosier Pass I watched the guys put on jackets, gloves and hats while steering through the hairpins turns with their knees on their top tubes. Back at the hotel it was time to start having some fun with the team. I am not sure we got it done properly because the next day all he could say is that we were a bunch of amateurs! One of my duties was to do English-Spanish translation for Miguel who spoke no English. It was pretty funny to see Miguel on the evening news and hearing my voice, in English, apparently coming out of his mouth. Another of my duties was to plan the routes for our daily rides.
The company I used had a green logo and were called Concorde. He must have thought Jonny, Scott and Blair were something else! Leaving Julio and I in absolute fits of laughter as my name for leaving Sopo was now Channer British. After seeing some of the town of Sopo itself pictured above and getting some sandwiches made for me by Claudia for the journey very kind of herwe sat and waited by the bus stop before my bus turned up and I was Cucuta bound!! It was a nice farewell.
Just looking for someone real in duitama Looking forward, Cucuta would be handy for the border but is also renowned for being a drab, dodgy and boring city. Having now seen it and been there, yes, all three words are correct. So my bus pulled up and laden with two bags I boarded one a large black backpack with merely clothes in it, one my smaller backpack with my laptop, memory hard drive, travel notes and travel books in it plus a few snacks and drinks. My big bag went into Finds local sluts for sex in ravenstone hold until Cucuta and I got Just looking for someone real in duitama label to collect it on arrival.
My other bag came on board with me so I could listen to my iPod, eat, read, write and enjoy the journey for safety I also wanted all my valuables on me. Without further ado I was off. I looked back and waved as I left Sopo behind for dreary Colombian countryside on a cloudy day. Leaving Sopo, I realised I was travelling alone once again and I had a few worries. One major concern was that I had NO Venezuelan money on me at all, as it had been difficult to source. Also Venezuela is a dangerous place. Often associated with the highest murder rate on the planet, as well as a dodgy black market, guns, a corrupt police force and muggings. As I read my book on the book, I was intrigued by what lay ahead.
I had no idea what to expect and that is the marvel of travel. The TV on board was never on not even sure if it worked and this was my view for the next 18 hours, though mostly in darkness. There were a few of these checkpoints on route. There was nobody on the seat next to me or in front of me until we arrived in Tunja. I ate my sandwiches from Claudia around 4. I seem to have captured it just the way it was. Tunja was almost like a shanty town sprawled into a city on uncomfortable hills. Not many foreigners would come here. It was drab, dull and wet. The green-ness of the walls on the entrance to the bus depot at Tunja were as scenic as it got.
And there it is — our space at Tunja Bus Depot where we pulled in for about 10 minutes and the bus got full… There was traffic on the edge of Tunja on leaving, and this picture was the only one I took before leaving Tunja behind. You can see the sort of shanty towns built deep into the hills, though my memory of it is rather different and certainly more steep than this photo depicts. We were still at a high altitude for most of the trip and indeed Tunja is siruated at 2, metres above sea level. Next stop, around 6. Oddly I only photographed the bus station there. We arrived in brightness. The bus became over full at Duitama, which I found out is a big city. The oddest thing of all is we were only there for around 40 minutes or so, yet when we left it had suddenly become SO SO dark.
I took the below photo on leaving, I was astounded at the light difference. Duitama like Tunja was drab, wet, drizzly and dreary. I could have got off the bus in Duitama as it happens. I could have walked around the city. One was that the bus was becoming over full with passengers even standing in the aisles. Getting off the bus would mean losing my seat. That idea worried me as even though I had my ticket, I could have got another bus,BUT my bag was on this bus. The idea of walking round an unknown city for no reason with a bag full of goodies was hardly ideal! I just wanted to sit there for hours, reading and making notes, before arriving in Cucuta.
We left Duitama around 7pm in darkness.