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To (re)kick off my blog, I thought I would start with the very basics. Many people have had similar questions or common misconceptions about where I live, so let's start by answering some essential questions in order to lay a foundation for future posts!
Question: Wait, where do you live?
Answer: I live in Bogotá, the capital city of Colombia. I do live in South America, but I do not live in the Southern hemisphere. As you can see on ...
... town and built over a gorge as that is where the Virgin Mary appeared and the church is now famed for people asking for help and the saint performing miracles. It is a very impressive building, and we were the only white tourists there, so it was nice to see the local visitors enjoying their own country. We then set off to the border, ready to cross and head to Quito to meet up with Angela and Bernard later that night.
... 0px; padding: 0px;">Once inside the hotel, there was a double bolt on the door, it was actually very nice. Our room was on the small side and overlooked the street outside and what might have been a scrapyard or maybe just an empty block opposite. It seems that the drunks and junkies use this area for sleeping and ******** - yep, one of the guys just dropped his pants and shat on the pavement.
We went for ...
... br> for 2 tonnes of angry bull rushing at you! Once Maddie had got some suitably
silly photos done with the statues outside we rode over to one of the bigger
parks to have lunch.
We sat with our guide and had
some fruit salads whilst asking him about his life and what Colombia is like,
and oh my word it all came gushing out. The poor man. It turns out that his mum
had seen a man beheaded in the street when she was 13 due to the drug cartels
The captiol of Colombia. We were a bit unsure about it driving through in the taxi from the bus terminal. As we rounded the corner into the district known as 'La Candeleria' we understood why the taxi man asked us if this was where we were going before we'd opened our mouths. This was the university ...