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Friday 12th July
After coming out of the airport terminal in Bogota I noticed there were loads of people filming people coming out of the terminal and it was chaotic there. We were supposed to catch the hotels own free shuttle bus but couldn't find where to catch it so tried to ask some staff but to no avail. We were going to catch a taxi …
... Even driving the wrong way down an exit ramp so you didn't have to go the long way around!! Thirdly- the horn is another form of communication. As soon as a green light is seen, you have to have your pedal to the metal, or a cacophany of horns will urge you sweetly on your way. Fourthly- weird streets, that even still have some horse drawn vehicles. Although their grid system does make alot of sense. They don't have street names ...
Visited museo del oro in morning - largest of its kind in South America. Caught up with street art tour thanks to crazy old lady with French couple. Stories, styles, history and culture of street art in Bogota - where it is legal. "Juegasiempre" - ...
... skinny-jeaned, rayban wearing beautiful local people talking about who knows what (really, I had no idea…) in a place no outsider has ever heard of listening to their friends’ famous band’s music. I was in the middle of it all.
Sunday we went to a hipster arts and fashion festival with some more of Carolina’s friends, chilling on the grass and looking at the beautiful, incredibly unique clothing for sale. ...
... watching a movie. After a few Club Colombia beers (only $1 each- now that's McValue) we decided to liven things up and soon had mixed in with a group celebrating a birthday and got some chants going. This was followed by a goal to Colombias best player- Faicon ( I don't want to take too much credit but it was soon after our singing started) and immediately the place erupted into joy which continued all the way through till the wee hours as they celebrated a ...
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