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We have bought a car over here yesterday. It's a little Chevrolet Aveo hatch, which is really a rebadged Daewoo. The main reason for buying was it is made in Colombia and one of the most common cars so the parts are cheap and should be easy to sell when we leave. I am still getting used to driving on the other side of the road. Also there doesn't seem to be many road rules here (or maybe just no one follows them). The traffic just weaves in and out and at any time there may be 3 or 4 cars wide on a 2 marked lane road.
Also, I went on another bike ride yesterday. This time up to 'Parque Nacional del Café' (Colombian National Coffee Park). One thing I have noticed is that when riding on the road, the cars are extremely courteous, to the point of being dangerous. By all means give me a meter or so, but moving to the other side on double lines around a corner isn't necessary!
|Nice view from the top of the climb near the coffee park. Armenia is in the background.|