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... said and he nods. We are getting better at asking for things, but we struggle at interpreting what they say. But it's still fun and each day we try to learn something new. We walk around for a bit and come across a small supermarket with enough fruit and oats to grab and head of f in search of the Oxxo we heard the local say. We first came across Oxxo's in Mexico and it was our go to place for a big cheap coffee there, so having not seen one since, we thought we ...
... as an opportunity to imbibe more of the excellent Rojo ale.
The night before had been rather large. It started pretty early on as me and Sita went to hunt for some good bars and ended up doing a crawl down Calle 4, one of the main streets nearby. Real Madrid were playing against, Argentine side San Lorenzo in the final of the World Club Cup. A tournament seen as a chore by European clubs but highly prized in the Americas. Real are quite big in Colombia ...
... s planes and showed on the common screens, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, unfortunately we had already seen this one in Utila), food was served only during two longer flights (Bogota -> Lima and Lima -> Santiago). We expected to be provided with a little bit better service and comfort for USD 500! Even though the flight tickets cost approx. USD 500 per person they were still the cheapest ones on the market.
We landed at El Dorado International Airport ...
... managed to get some Columbian cash and headed out to
get a taxi to our hotel. This worked well but it was funny trying to talk to
the driver who had a tiny bit more English than we had Spanish. Our room at the
hotel Platypus is in an old house with lots of fine wooden trimmings. We were
feeling pretty **** and couldn’t work out whether it was jet lag or altitude or
a bit of both. ...
... the streets in the older city centre.
This was another South American city that seems to have been overwhelmed by the graffiti dudes- it may have been the most spray painted city we’ve seen yet, so when one of the local graffiti 'artists’ offered up a walking tour to explain his perspective, we jumped at the opportunity. It turns out that he was ex of Australia straight from the graffiti ghettos of Melbourne- he had married a local girl, ...