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... atmosphere to it. This one was just too big and no excitement from the two other people who were watching the game.
We had a bite to eat, and watched the Seahawks pull one of the biggest upsets every after being down by 16 points and coming back to win it in overtime. It was a miracle what they were able to do. We made up our minds that we really didn't want to sit here for the whole Patriots ...
Yesterday, I woke up feeling refreshed and not sick. I chopped up all the fruit Natalia bought and made a fruit salad for Mayra and Natalia of papaya, apples, grapes, mango, peaches, pears, and plums. It was very tasty. Then, I headed out to Museo del Oro to meet up with Sarah and Wafaa, two friends from the boat to Leticia who just flew into Bogotá the night before. We made plans but neither of them were answering and ...
... more time before heading south. The next time I see her will be in Cusco, Peru for our Machu Picchu adventure, so that’s exciting.
I went back to the hotel after lunch and hung out for a while watching the last Patriots pre-season game while I still had wifi that was good enough to allow me to do so. I got to the bus station about 40 minutes before the bus was leaving, so I ...
... this place was special.
The first person to greet us (UGH) when we got off the bus, was a 60 year old chatty expat American (there are a few in this town) from Cleveland who lives here now with his American wife after a few years in a town called Pereira near here. It is not that we wouldn't have enjoyed chatting with them, it is just that he hit us right when we got off the bus, not our idea of an idyllic first impression. He was friendly and chatty, seemed to crave ...
... rammed, but the atmosphere was great. A brilliant send off from my Bogota Amigas!
The following morning Elisa drove me to the airport, where I'm glad I had faked that flight to the UK, as they asked for onward travel ticket, but I was rather nervous as I handed the papers over, and the check in girls studied the details, but it worked. Checked in and ready to leave.
In total 70 days in Colombia, from a country ...