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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... I was approached about a job in Colombia. At first when asked about interest in work in other countries I said Brazil. Two years ago I saw myself headed to Brazil by the end of 2015 for the Olympics but with the offer from both my work and HQ I decided that this might be the next challenge for me. Sometimes things donīt go as planned but as I have learned keep an open mind - you shouldnīt pass ...
... Looking for the address I cannot find it and people whom I ask do not know. From experience I now know that if people say it is not here, you are definitely close. The final word is given by iOverlander, that exactly knows the coordinates. I walk until the distance meter says zero and I am facing the front of the workshop. Jesus is the manager of the workshop here in Bogota. a very friendly man who tells me a little about his business and gives me the coordinates of ...
... so we hopped in a taxi and headed thirty blocks south to the other Hooters. We got there at the perfect time and managed to get a table with a perfect view of a couple of tv’s and they put the audio on for us in English, unlike the other Hooters. It worked out perfectly. We got a little more food, and some drinks, and watch the Patriots completely dismantle the Colts.
It was such a ...
... to the sounds of tribal chanting to reveal a staggering amount of golden objects.
Returning back to our hostel we relaxed for a while before heading to a small ancient Bogota restaurant called La Puerta Falsa (the false door) to enjoy a Colombian treat, chocolate sanfereņo. This snack comprises a cup of hot chocolate, some bread (which at the Puerta Falsa included corn bread) and a large chunk of cheese, which you drop into the coco and then scoop out with ...
... 225; today, the first order of business was to get my stamp in Tabatinga. My fellow travelers (Steven the South African, Sarah the Swiss, Wafa the French/Morrocan and Hacene the Frenchman) and I took a tuk tuk (sp?) to get there, which is essentially a moto taxi that has two back wheels in order to support a small enclosure that fits the driver in the front and 3 people in the back. Even the steering is controlled by handlebars, like a motorcycle. Unfortunately, I forgot to take ...