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... knew we would make the best of it, a new adventure to unwrap. So now I fly to Atlanta, soon to meet Annie and on to Bogota. Touched down, waited about an hour for Annie, her plane from Nashville had been delayed.
Popped into a little airport pub in Atlanta, a bubbly African American waitress named Tia told me all about her birthday the next day and planned drive and celebration in New Orleans with two girlfriends. I saw the sparkle in her eye, I told her I was about to meet ...
... we all did! Prostitution is legal here so long
as you are of age and not pressured in to doing it, so we headed over there.
Mike was in stitches as the traffic was so bad that I didn’t realise we had
been in it for ages as I was concentrating on avoiding the trucks and
motorbikes who were even worse here, so when I eventually looked up and said ‘oh
are we here then’ apparently it was a stupid thing to say as we had rode past
... We had lunch at a traditional restaurant on Calle 11, for only 6,000 pesos (about 3 AUD) we ha Tamal. A stuffed corn leaf with a corn based starchy potato like substance with chicken. Was yummy, filling and so cheap! With the rain setting in we braved it up the furnicular to Monserrate. Back to hostel to get our clean laundry - Heaven!! Went to supermarket - Calliera. Amazing. One of the best supermarkets I've ever been too!! Gourmet food, ...
... all over it however we have seen this in most cities since Bogota. Unfortunately due to the South American ghost city Sundays and the public holiday Monday we had to settle for Mcdonalds and another burger place hidden in a petrol station. It was the busiest petrol station we have ever seen and no one was buying petrol. The burgers were amazing though! We caught a flight that afternoon to Santa Marta, still debating whether we could fit in the 5 day trek to La Ciudad ...
... we will meet some in the new hostel.
Monday 15th July
We checked out of La Playa and said goodbye to Erica, she came out to wave and say have a safe journey. After leaving I realised my first experience of staying in a hostel wasn't too bad actually- well we had our own bathroom at least. Unfortunately for me, the next hostel we stayed in had a shared bathroom although we had our own private room. We got a taxi to the next area we were staying in- ...