|Check point at the top of Mocoa pass.|
Until now, the configuration of the road in Colombia was like a hysterical biorhythm: up-down, up-down and again up and down. After Mocoa, however, so they've told me, the road is flat more or less right to the border with Ecuador. I am very skeptical how non-cyclists assess the state of the roads, but I have so far had a positive opinion about cyclists. But now, I will unfortunately have to change even this: now I do not believe them either. Methodical doubt is now finally complete.
|In a smaller Colombian town.|
|Vista along #45.|
|Scate-park kind of road in Amazonian lowland.|