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Travel Blogs from Bogota
... at a place called Crepes and Waffles. It’s exactly what it sounds like, and it’s excellent! I’d been to this place a couple of times in Madrid with Vivi, but this is the first time I’d been to one in Colombia. I had coconut lemonade to drink and a Peking chicken crepe. It was awesome!
I stopped at a bakery that was recommended by Melissa as the best in the city to pick up a few treats for my last ...
... We have a fab few days, just chilling out, shopping, watching tv (yay!) and eating all the food that I have missed! Micah is a sweetie and is really growing up fast. On my final night before heading to Boise, Helen and I go out for dinner and a few drinks just up the road! It was more than a few drinks and we are both hungover the next day! Micah manages to have a morning sleep and so does Helen, whilst I pack and get ready for my afternoon flights to ...
... the same car. It's fun.
Pincho...meat on stick, sold from, er, food carts, is probably not beef, chicken, or pork. Most likely dog, cat, rat.....really. No, we don't eat it.
Fast food. Rotisserie chicken style comes with a pair of plastic gloves, to keep your hands clean. This is cool. It is considered fast food.
Roads in villages are modified cobblestone.i.e.. Huge ...
... or when a location has two addresses, one given each way you could write it. After inquiring in several locations as to where this bike shop was, including at a nice Jewish restaurant called LChaim, I found this small holeinthewall shop with four people and a dog. Coming in out of the rain I was greeted warmly by Javier and Carlos, and the shop's dog. We talked for a while and Javier told me that since it was raining there probably would not be an ...
... There are also several side rooms you can wander through and take lots of pictures. The current cathedral was built about 17 years ago, replacing the original, smaller cathedral that was built by the salt miners so that they could pray for protection during their work underground. Nearly 3,000 people attend the Sunday service in the cathedral each week, and it is also a popular tourist destination. It has been on my Bogotá bucket list since ...
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