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... of java (not tea - after all this is the home of the infamous 'tea party') and enjoy the post!
Speaking of our host, Jess has a beautiful loft apartment that we stayed in that was so central to the downtown area. She was incredibly friendly and offered us tonnes of advice on places to eat/drink and visit. She also told us all about her business - martini workouts- now that should come to Perth! One of our fist tasks in Boston was a trip to the ...
... on the 52nd floor and an observation level on the 50th floor. We did not eat in the restaurant on the 52nd floor, instead we ate in the food court of the Prudential Place Mall. There were several options to choose from and there was a little excitement during dinner as well. It was Ben & Jerry's annual free scoop day so there was long, long, long, long line that circled the food court for the free ice cream. I am not sure what started the fight but a couple of ...
... hike to Mt Monserrate (church at 10,500')
Mon Dec 24 - Bus from Bogota to El Cocuy, spend the day acclimating
Tues Dec 25 - El lechero from El Cocuy in the am to start the 5-day Trek in the national park
Wed Dec 26 - Day 2 Trek
Thurs Dec 27 - Day 3 Trek
Fri Dec 28 - Day 4 Trek
Sat Dec 29 - Day 5 Trek, possibly finish this day - Guican
Sun Dec 30 - Either finish trek - Guican or early bus to El Cocuy then to Santa Marta
Mon Dec 31 - Either early bus to ...
... the armoury, which had, surprise surprise, lots of suits of armour on display, including ones for kids. Even the adults’ ones were quite small though – people were obviously quite a bit smaller a few hundred years ago! There was also armour for horses. A lot of the armour was quite intricately designed, despite its fate! Next to the palace was a large cathedral, which was also very pretty on the outside, yet quite modern on the inside. Then I just ...
We really enjoyed our visit to see Ellen Smyth with Pam Smyth, Ellen's cousin (Matthew's sister). She has developed dementia to an extent. She didn't remember me so much but she sure did remember mum. She would ask me, "And who's daughter are you again deaa?...Oh Norine, yes, Norine Bleakley. We just love her, and we love all the Irish people. They are different." We spent a good hour chatting ...