I've been on top of this rock! La Piedra Del Peñol, Spanish for "The Rock of Guatapé", also known as El Peñol Stone or simply as La Piedra is a massive rock located in the town and municipality of Guatapé, in Antioquia, Colombia.
Old buses full of color and joy, transporting people, food, animals and goods from one town to another in the Colombian countryside "Chiva" - Bus escalera Cauca-Colombia by Alex Bedoya it's a Haitian tap tap!
"Palenquera" a spanish based creole language group mostly from the village of San Basilio de Palenque Cartagena, and some areas in Barranquilla. This Palenquera woman wears a typical dress and sells fruit.
As before, I wouldn't have thought green would go with the blue and the red but it sure does. I want to do a room in my home in this color scheme. I'd sit in it on a cold day and eat empanadas and pretend I was in Colombia.
The Arhuaco people are an indigenous people of Colombia. They are Chibchan-speaking people and descendents of the Tairona culture, concentrated in northern Colombia in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta.