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... br> the lady...which was taking here time...I said we only had 15 minutes to
get to our next flight. She didnt really care too much...we ran thru
then went from officer to officer asking where the domestic departure
gates were...we found ourselves back in the enterance to the airport out
side...we ran around and finally found the gates location. We ran the
length of the airport with our heavy ...
... that later in the day one of the rooms would become available on the back side of the hotel, and we could switch then.
We showered and had breakfast. The young man that serves in the restaurant tries hard, but somehow we have a communication problem. He doesn't seem to under when I ask for something, and I have to repeat several times.
We have essentially been away from our ...
... of clouds that peppered the sky is pretty unbelievable. There is also a pretty church up there that pilgrims sometimes hike to on weekends, but I´m almost positive I would not be able to make the thousands of steps required to get that high up above the city. I´m also almost positive the soccer teams had walked or run up the stairs before they began their training at the top, which made me realize that Colombians were serious about their soccer. ...
... into a mountain outside the town, the cathedral is 75m long, 18m high and can accommodate 8,400 people. It is accessed by walking past the stations of the cross which are all carved from salt rock and pleasantly illuminated.
Once again the allure of cheap Colombian air travel prevailed, so we flew on the country's equivalent of RyanAir to Cali to save on a 12-hour bus. From Cali we caught a bus to Popayan, 3 hours.
... than Maccas but was still fast food burgers so at $10 for a meal (more if you want a fancier burger) I didn’t really think it was worth it. Apparently McDonald's costs the same, and all fast food apparently is around that price. I’m personally not sure why anyone would pay that much when you can pay the same amount for a nicer meal in a restaurant, but apparently Colombians are very proud of El Corral, and if you tell them you don't like it (or even if you just ...