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Tres bien comme apartement
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... to find it and see if it was just as good. It wasn't. The coffees although cheap, $1.10 for a grande Americano, we pretty average and much smaller than the large ones in Mexico. But it was still better than the watered down, drip coffee in the hostel we saw. We get back to the hostel and find a bunch of people eating eggs and croissants and wonder whether we missed the breakfast. We see a sign saying its served between 0830 and 1000, but it was definitely after ...
... to some bloke called James. So we kicked off the afternoon with some excellent two-for-one vodka tonics, that had some other booze in too that looked suspiciously like Blue Curacao and they gave us free nuts in a vain attempt to stop us leaving.
The previous evening Gemma had contacted me realising I was in Bogota and said she knew the guy who'd written the aforementioned article about hardcore techno and she'd put me in touch. He said he knew ...
... at about 7.15. Since our connecting flight to Lima was scheduled for 17.45 we figured that it would be much more fun to get out of the airport and wander around Bogota for a few hours than to spend all this time inside of the airport hall doing nothing. Our big backpacks were sent directly to Santiago so we had one thing less to be worried about.
In spite of the fact that we downloaded some information about how to get from the airport to the city center back ...
... up and down the nearby streets and managed to get some
fruit at the local supermarket and bought a slice of pizza from a local food
truck costing 50 cents each. The weather here is fairly cold considering it’s
the middle of summer especially once it got dark so apart from worrying because
of all the warnings about muggings in the dark the temperature hurried us back
to the Platypus.
... wrong with decorating historic buildings in a foreign country with stylized monsters and space aliens, and was recently stabbed (apparently the art critics of Bogota are a tough crowd). He did walk us through the subculture, the differing art mediums, and even detailed the techniques and skills required to be a good spray painter (grip, nozzle type, speed, etc. are the keys to success… and in Bogota, the ability to avoid getting stabbed was apparently a critical ...