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By Jens Porup

Lonely Planet is aware Colombia. no matter if you need to strill the cobbled streets of colonial Cartagena, bask on a blinding Caribbean seashore, pattern a number of the world's best java on a espresso plantation or sing their own praises your salsa strikes at a packed Cali nightclub, our fifth version takes you there.

Lonely Planet publications are written through specialists who get to the guts of each vacation spot they stopover at. This absolutely up to date variation is filled with actual, sensible and sincere recommendation, designed to offer you the knowledge you want to utilize your trip.

In This Guide:
Dedicated open air bankruptcy with hiking, diving and paragliding
Sizzling nightlife and eating alternatives for Bogota, Medellin and Cali
Revealed: l. a. Guajira, the Pacific Coast and different rising hotspots

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Next comes Rupadhatu, “the world of forms”, which is decorated with scenes from the Buddha’s life. And on the monument’s sparsely decorated circular terraces, you’ll find Arupadhatu, “the world of formlessness”. As you emerge on Borobudur’s uppermost level, which boasts 72 Buddha statues each encased in a miniature stupa, an unforgettable view across the tranquil rural heartlands of central Java and out towards a distant ring of hazy volcanoes will open up before your eyes. This is every bit as unforgettable a setting as Angkor’s verdant jungles.

The park comprises rock dwellings, kivas (circular ceremonial structures), rock paintings and carvings, and provides a rare glimpse into the lives of the Ancient Puebloan people of the southwest. Though the Puebloans mysteriously abandoned the site – probably due to changing climatic conditions – the ruins are very well preserved and many of them have been fully excavated. 6-km (1-mile) circular trail leads visitors past cliff houses, cave dwellings and communal stone structures. Ellora’s famous “caves”, which are actually a series of temples and monasteries carved into the side of the Charanadari Hills, represent the apogee of Indian rock-cut architecture.

The city was largely destroyed in a siege in 1565, and today its ruins lie scattered over more than 20 km (12 miles) of countryside. The monuments range from the intricately carved Achyutharaya, Vitthala and Virupaksha temples to the former royal quarters, complete with its famous set of elephant stables – a lavish stone palace fit for a prince, let alone elephants. Surrounding the city is a surreal, beautiful landscape bisected by the meandering Tungabhadra river and studded with rocky hills and gigantic boulders said to have been tossed down by the armies of the Hindu god Hanuman in a superhuman show of strength.

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