Family property in an old village with traditional food
The family of my grandmother was born in Boyacá, some in Tunja, the capital of Boyacá, and others in La Villa de Leyva. Since she went to "La Villa" a lot, my uncle a few years ago constructed their 2nd homes there. I try every time I go to Bogota, to spend a couple of days there and stay on his farm, those days are relaxing and spent with my family. The house has all the amenities of a hotel and in the afternoons we take a walk through its stone streets. Its cobbled streets makes you identify with the urban space in different ways stones are placed horizontally, requiring cars to decrease the speed while they drive through the village.