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... into "Hotel California." I then played two more songs, one of which, which I announced to the bus, was my original tune, "Push the Limit." I've seen a bunch of performers on the busses playing Spanish tunes. Usually a few people clap and a few people tip. After each song I played, nearly everyone clapped and after my third song, I made my rounds holding out my hand and was happy to find nearly everyone tipped me! I still had a few stops left, so I played a few more tunes. ...
... of the city with good restaurants and bars, but more expensive. We got the funicular railway up Monserrate Hill - good views of the city (it was about 600m up). Bogota sits around 2500m, luckily no signs of altitude sickness yet.
Weather varied dramatically from hot and sunny during the day to baltic at night.
Next stop - San Gil!
Hasta Luego ...
... people if they collapse because of the altitude and it reminded me of mum and Chrissy when they went to La Paz. The hostel we are staying in is very cosy, homely. I hope I'm not rambling too much, I am pretty pooped, it's 7:30pm here, need to try to stay up until at least 9:30. (We are 7 hours behind Spain). First impression of Colombia: Teresa: colorful Sophie: beautiful sweet people Hostel Name: Sayta Lots of love ...
... a beach in Thailand and techno music, this was about 75 relaxed backpackers with a big bonfire and great music and dancing, storytelling under a full moon. It was a moment that I never wanted to end, utterly magical. Dad and Annie were tired and headed home.
I wandered over to the side of the festivities, saw an older indigenous Kogui man sitting by himself. He wasn't interested in joining things, seemed to be admiring it from afar, smiling slyly and yet at the same ...
... bun fight for a cab to Tulcan. From Tulcan one can take the bus to either Otavalo (two hours away) or Quito (five hours away) which happened to be our final destination. As everyone that we had spoken to at the border seemed to have plans to stay in the small town of Otavalo, we were reluctant to arrive there in the middle of the night and then not find a hostel with space. We thought we'd be smart and wait around in Tulcan until 24h00 and then take a bus to Quito ...