Casa Hotel Zuetana 106
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... Monserrate with Wafaa so we all sat around exchanging travel stories and profound life discoveries (sort of). After a few more beers, we got ready to hit the city for a night of salsa at a, supposedly, awesome club called Moreno, as recommended by a semi-pro salsa dancing friend. We took a cab to find that the club doesn't exist anymore as of two months ago. This was pretty disappointing but we at least got to see the main drag of Colombian nightlife, where ...
... Steven and I took a stroll to a small fruit market where I tried a fruit similar to maracuja (passion fruit). Everyone we have interacted with since being in Colombia has been genuinely nice, friendly, and seems intelligent; a far cry from northern Brazil. I actually feel welcome here and want to be around the locals, which is a good feeling after weeks of not really digging the local folk. We went back to the hostel and I gathered my things. Before I left, I received a response ...
... opportunities to be guides or work in the tourist or hospitality industry.
We also met a young man who had lived in Houston for years legally, had a wife and child there but got into trouble and had his green card taken away. he was deported, admitted he had made mistakes, was desperately trying to sort a way back to see his family, even if he had to go illegally. While we were sitting there, the police came and started harassing some of the local hippie musicians gathered ...
... but were distracted by a lovely Danish couple we met at our hostel and ended up staying up late chatting to them. It was from them that we learned that labour day was more than just a public holiday in Colombia. Each year it was an opportunity for massive union demonstrations against the democratic government, strikes, and road blockades. Apparently in Bogota it's played out the same way each year: a March begins, protesting the democracy and insisting on a switch to socialism, ...
... s ok. I went to a big underground Cathedral in a salt mine. FACT OF THE DAY: The word "salary" comes from when people were paid in salt.
Next stop was Salento, in the coffee region of Colombia. I'd never ridden a horse before so decided to do it there. You feel like a boss when you ride a horse. Also, a whole new world of puns opens up to you when you're on one. "Make it reign." "Horsing around." "Having a mare." Unfortunately no one reacted when I said any of these things.