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- Continental Breakfast
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... ask several people how to get to the right one. Finally, a women in a store helps me get on another bus and back to the terminal. Then another women helps me finally get on the right bus. While on the bus a somewhat strange man starts talking to me in English and helps me to find my hostel.
I drop my things at the hostel ($8) and go in search for food and a beer. After walking around for a little bit, I decide on the Bogota Beer Company. It takes forever to order ...
... a Friday night. Our destination was a little pizza place that Jessica had recommended as the best pizza sheŽd had outside of Italy, but unfortunately others had heard that too, and the line was out the door. So we went off recommendation and found another cozy looking Italian place called Emilia Romagna. As soon as I saw the large Italian family traipse inside for some sort of celebration I deemed it okay as well, and we surprisingly had ...
... I look down and realised the sheer horror of what was happening. I threw it away discreetly, as not to offend, after nearly throwing up this hardboiled monstrosity in the taxi queue. I eventually got to the front and was given my ticket for taxi 669 to ‘La Candeleria’ in downtown Bogota. Driver seemed nice enough, not much English, but just about equalling out my level of Spanish. 40 minutes passed, which I thought was odd for a 20 minute taxi ...
... dancing, laughing. I was starting to know a few people here, met a cool guy named Tom from Seattle, who had been traveling South America for 6 months. Also saw Kevin again, the Seattle guy down here working and living here for awhile. The musicians finished the first set, we got into some local rum Cuba libre drinks. The music shifted to the beach, fantastic bonfire with performers doing storytelling, frenetic dancing, very good music. So this was the full moon party. Unlike 5,000 ...
... wooden balconies, that are draped in bougainvillea. But it was SO hot! I had to retreat to the air conditioning of the hostel in the middle of the day (with an ice cream of course). A day was spent in Isle de Rosario snorkelling then relaxing on the beach. Unfortunately we were on the touristy section of Playa Blanca, so we were getting intensely harassed by people selling stuff and massages. Then I decided to make my way to Santa Marta, to stay in the ...