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... So we used our UK passports but Rieko had to use
her Canadian and she was escorted to another kiosk where she again had
to pay a recipericol fee...the officer was very nice and she was thru in
We had to rush as our flight was now boarding...we then
had to pass customs where there was another huge line without any
order. We pushed out way thru to the front waved our customs form ...
... exhaust or noise pollution, so we question whether we were doing more good by exercising, or making our health worse by inhaling the exhaust. We decided that tomorrow, we would walk only on the one side of the convention center which had lighter traffic.
Upon returning to the hotel, I stopped at the reception to ask about changing our room once again. She said that they were completely ...
... upwards. It brought me back to a time every August when I trained under the hot Texan sun around 4:00, while it was at its peak potency. We used to sprint in the Brazilian sand pit, all the while hoping not to puke up our lunch or be sent to the waiting ambulance due to heat exhaustion. “Wow- my soccer days seem so long ago!” I thought while I slowly but surely made it to the top of Montserrate. The view of the entire city and ...
... light district (but no stop here!)
We embraced Bogota's Saturday night fever by heading to the upmarket 'Zona Rosa' to pull some shapes on a particularly slippery dance floor.
For a break from the city we caught Bogota's excellent 'TransMilenio' to visit the pretty town of Zipaquira. The highlight here was the hauntingly beautiful underground salt cathedral. Originally born from an old salt mine ...
... and bars in a T-shaped pedestrian area. I went here for lunch with Ale and her family (and to watch the 3rd place World Cup Brazil-Holland game) at Andrés Carne de Res, a famous Colombian restaurant/bar with lots of decorations, dancing, actors, and very good food.
And a few other experiences Ale introduced me to in Bogota were:
- A Mexican party for the World Cup final day;
- El Corral, the Colombian version of McDonald's, which was a ...