After 10 months of hashing back in the USA. it is time to get back to some serious traveling. Here comes South America.
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  • Day35

    Farewell South America

    March 29 in Colombia ⋅ ☁️ 12 °C

    After 5 weeks in South America, I have run out of places I can get to for the time being . . . so guess I'll go back to Florida and see about getting my COVID vaccine. It has been an amazing time here, and like the TERMINATOR says . . . "I'll Be Back"Read more

  • Day34

    Bogota H3 Hangover Run

    March 28 in Colombia ⋅ ⛅ 21 °C

    After a long, late night of celebration, (partying), the pack looked dismal . . . but after a traditional breakfast, the weary pack reenergized, and set off for a hangover hash run, that took us straight up hill for nearly 2 miles, then cut sharply back down to the completion, where a short circle finished up the last of the beer, before embarking on the 4 hour drive back to Bogota. If you ever get the chance, do not pass up hashing in Colombia. On On!
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  • Day33


    March 27 in Colombia ⋅ 🌧 20 °C

    After the 4 mile A-B trail, we enjoyed Colombian BBQ on the mountain top, followed by 2 hours of Tejo, the traditional throwing sport of Colombia. Tejo is similar to Cornhole, but you throw shaped stones at a board of clay. There is a circle in the middle, lined with small explosive charges. Closest to the center scores the points, hitting the charges can also score points.Read more

  • Day33

    Bogota H3 Out-Station (Day 1)

    March 27 in Colombia ⋅ 🌧 16 °C

    Many thanks to the Bogota H3 for taking me along on their Out-Station hash event this weekend. We had a blast, with a fabulous Saturday trail through Cerro de Quininí, with a stop at the massive rock outcropping overlooking Porto Bello. After the 4 mile A-B trail, we enjoyed Colombian BBQ on the mountain top.
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  • Day32

    Bogota Beer Company (BBC)

    March 26 in Colombia ⋅ 🌧 14 °C

    Managed to get my COVID Antigen test out of the way today, so that Monday will be carefree. Wake up late, stroll over to the airport around noon, all set for my flight back to Tampa. Also met up with several hashers at the BBC to try out what was described as the high end beers. They were good, but not any better than the Club Colombia you can get for 5000 pesos ($1.25) on the street. Did get lots of good scoop on local hashing history. Early rise in the morning . . . then a 2 hour bus ride out to the country for a hash weekend. Let's do this.Read more

  • Day29

    The lovely little town of Guatape

    March 23 in Colombia ⋅ 🌧 20 °C

    Took a ride out to Guatape, to look at a potential venue for future hash events. Very nice town, with lots of trails, shops, hotels, and fun things to do. It will certainly have hashers running around the area sometime in the future.Read more

  • Day29

    La Piedra (the Rock)

    March 23 in Colombia ⋅ 🌧 20 °C

    Made it to the top in less than 15 minutes . . . 650 stairs lead you through a narrow crack on the edge of the impressive La Piedra Del Penol, or ‘The Big Guatape Rock’. At the top of the Guatape rock, the view is quite simply breathtaking and has to be one of the most amazing lookouts in all of Colombia. At 2,135 meters above sea-level, this rock is a natural wonder and the perfect spot to enjoy panoramic views of Guatape Lake and this beautiful region.
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  • Day26

    Medellin H3 Trail #???

    March 20 in Colombia ⋅ 🌧 21 °C

    A most excellent St Paddy's day hash today with the Medellin Hash House Harriers hared by Pablo Pisscobar (runners) and newly named PeePee Pies (walkers). It was an A to B trail that took in some good views of the city, and had one long ass uphill section. We had a robust pack of 12, with 5 of them virgins. I had an almost hare snare (first time since the operation), but Pablo was just too fast, and snuck by me be mere inches. Well done to the whole pack for a great day.
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