Bogota Plaza Summit Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Colombia started in high spirits in anticipation of the arrival of Chloe, Alex and Karen. We checked into the worst hostel of all time (thank you Chloe for booking that one) and headed out into Bogota to get a feel for the place. Sadly it really wasn't that nice compared to other South American cities we have visited. After a really good dinner we ended up in some of the backstreet bars - I say bar, but I have a sneaking suspicion that it was just ...
... Including its Caribbean islands, it lies between latitudes 14°N and 5°S, and longitudes 66° and 82°W.
There are five main natural regions with their own characteristics: the Andes mountain range (with peaks over 5,700 metres above sea level), the Pacific Ocean coastal region, the Caribbean Sea coastal region, the ...
... Croc Hostel just around the corner, for a few pre-beers and to meet some of the guys that were heading over too. A couple of English guys were inviting me to help them finish their Rum & Coke too, which I was obviously more than willing to do. Reading most of the reviews and stories about the trip, I was expecting a big old South American colourful open sided bus, like one of the Chiva buses from up north. We walked 5 minutes around the corner, and saw an ...
... activate the coca leaf. I copy the following from Wiki only because it says it so much better than I ever could. I had hoped to meet one of them and it was about to happen:
The Kogi are descendants of the Tairona culture, which flourished before the times of the Spanish conquest. The Tairona were an advanced civilization which built many stone
structures and pathways in the jungles. They made many gold objects which they would hang from trees ...
... creeping under her hammock all night. But we got a good night sleep in palomino, where we drank cocktails and ate good food by the pool. Then it was back to Santa Marta, where we stayed in an old drug cartel house. My final stop was Bogota, where we shopped, enjoyed a music festival and desperately tried to find beer! The police had prohibited alcohol sales due to the music festival. I know! What's a festival without beer? But don't worry, I managed to find one or two ...