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... well and got up in good time to embark on a cycle tour of the city. However, the morning session was in Spanish so we chilled out in the hostel gardens and made lunch before joining the English one in the afternoon. It was a great tour, we saw the 'real' Bogotá, including the bull ring, old German factories and gritty areas which we were told to not stop or display our phones or cameras in. We visited a tiny coffee factory and had a quite random performance from a street rapper who ...
... formal, and easily understood Spanish.
On top of that, the part of the city where I met Sarah and Mike for brunch (Sarah is a relative who has lived in Bogotá for 2 1/2 years (she's the daughter of my mom's cousin (so my cousin once-removed? (so Mike is my cousin-once-removed-in-law?)))) could have easily been a street mall in San Francisco or Denver or New York. It was all pristine, with fancy bars and cafes on all sides. We wandered up the escalators of a ...
... home with lush gardens. She showed us all around with boundless enthusiasm, growing beans, bananas, sweet peppers, squash, yucca, peanut, basil, eggplant, cashews and marijuana. She and her hubby, a real nice laid back dude, have more fields higher in the mountains where they grow cacao that they use to make cocoa butter, salves and raw chocolate that they sell.
She talked to us all about her operation, sold us some of the chocolate, not before we got to taste ...
... br> Despite this I really enjoyed my time in Bogotá, I found it to be an interesting and diverse city which is well worth seeing, and I never felt, perhaps naively, it was any more dangerous than walking around parts of London!
Here is a brief run down of what I got up to
After experiencing 24 hours of pure transport efficiency from Lufthansa (including Toblerone and Movenpick yogurt..) arriving in ...
... the sense of community could not be ignored.
It was a beatufil demonstration, not only attended by Venezuelans but also by many Colombians who held the Venezuelan flag and papers with the words "Soy Colombiano(a) pero mi corazón está con Venezuela" (I am Colombian but my heart is with Venezuela), words that express what most of us here in Colombia feel. Venezuela, Colombia está contigo.