Hostal Sue Candelaria
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Fantastic little hostel, such hospitable people. A real feeling of coming home!!
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Expectations and false assumptions:
For the first time on this trip I have let go and really have no expectations of places I am visiting. I am going more so because these are the places that people go when visiting these countries.
In Bogota's case it is also a convenient starting and finishing point for my flights back and to Buenos Aires …
... Tairona remained in isolation. Regardless, many priests were hanged, women were stolen and raped, and children where forced to accept Spanish education. Later, missionaries came and also began to influence their way of life, building chapels and churches amidst their villages to train and convertthe locals.
In the years since, the Kogi have remained in their home inthe mountains, which allows them to escape the worst effects of colonization and aids them in preserving ...
... Kept looking for the Customs scanning etc - but next thing I know I am out in the public area not an official to be seen.
The flight was early as well so I waited about 30 minutos before I spied Esperanza walking towards me.
We then waited for her sister Maria Christina to join us and we went for breakfast.
Then back to the apartment and at last I managed to get some sleep. We had lunch, then Maria Christina had to go to work.
It was good to be back in Bogota.
... up schlepping our heavy bags to and fro and then getting rather lost. Eventually we had to turn back to the bus terminal with our heads hanging low. Two hours later we were put on the right track. We had killed some time at least, the sun had risen and things were looking up.
I made it to the steps of my hostel in Quito at 07h55, exhausted and in desperate need of a shower, but very happy, and mainly relieved, to be in Ecuador in one dishevelled piece.
... quite potentially one of the most intimidating moments of our trip thus far was going to Pablo’s brother’s house to meet Roberto. Roberto was the money man of the cartel. He was responsible for handling all the finances and helped Pablo on many occasions. The only reason he claims to be still alive today was because Pablo told him to hand himself in to authorities and carried out a 12 ...