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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... nachos, $10). I get my nachos and take abite of what I think is a different kind of cheese. WRONG, it's chicken so I spit it out. I call over the waiter over and tried to explain to him that I don't eat meat which takes a while but he gets it fixed for me. Before I ordered, I had asked what was on the nachos and chicken was never mentioned. Maybe Columbia is trying to make me a meat eater again. Back at the hostel, I fall asleep early only to be awaken many times by ...
... dinner there, sipping Chianti, and enjoying pasta al dente with veal. Very good! And so, my friends, the long and short of it is, I really enjoyed Bogota, and if a spot opened up at the school there I would definitely throw my hat in the ring. The city has everything you could possibly need and the food was delicious. Plus, I speak the language. If we were to stay in South America, it would definitely be near the top of the list. Three cheers for Bogota!
... we finally rocked up as what I can only describe as a a council estate on heat. “Candeleria?” the driver exclaimed. I showed him the map and the address, again, and he called his mate - meter still running obviously. Apparently we’d gone to the Candeleria out of town for some unknown reason, and not the extremely well known tourist hub in the middle of town. At this point I started to get the jist of what was happening. Another 45 minutes ...
... 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 ...
... fishing village called Taganga. Whilst small, it has exploded on the gringo tourist scene, so dust, rubbish, crime and stray dogs. But it's got a relaxed feel right on the beach. From there I started my 5 day Lost City Trek (ciudad peridad). Unfortunately I lucked out on my group. I was with a private group of older French people, and most of them refused to speak English (or even spanish)! So not the best group, but it gave me time to relax :) the trek was ...