India Chez Moi Casa Hotel
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- Minbar in room
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
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... don’t put any toilet paper in the toilets because the septic does not handle it (except the city hotels). Kind of gross but you get used to it. Overall, the country is very clean. Much effort in recycling. Also surprising, few people smoke. Anyway, it was Friday night and across the street from the camp spot was a bar that played blaring Latin beat music until 2:30 in the morning. I fell asleep early and while I woke up and said WTF…it did not keep ...
... shot. The other team was Christina, David and Joanna, and they were later joined by Guillermo's girlfriend Sophie after she had finished her classes for the evening.
After a sketchy start with a couple of throws missing the clay completely, we started getting into it. Everyone was drinking and having fun lobbing their Tejos at the clay, sometimes hitting, sometimes missing, it didn't really seem to matter. Every now and then there was a loud bang as one of ...
... are mostly black here as it is a volcanic area. The Ruiz volcano in the N.P. is still active! When we get closer to the Glacier the weather clears up a bit and we get an amazing view of the Glacier and the colorful Glacier lakes that all have a different color. If you also want to see the Glacier you have to do that within the next 20 years as the Geologists expect that by this time the Glacier will be completely gone due to global warming. When we walked back we enjoyed the views ...
... breakfast, walked around La Candeleria area - where they say Bogota was founded, then went on the Bogota Bike Tour (40,000 peso each). After horse riding the day before its fair to say biking was a little uncomfortable but we pushed through. We were certainly alot more confident on the bike, except for dodging the mad traffic of Bogota streets. The tour ended up going for about 5 1/2 hours and it felt like we covered the whole ...
... and glanced at some stores. It had exactly what you find in America: brightly-colored baby stores, overpriced designer stores, and a loud, very full food court. I didn't take pictures while I was there because it didn't feel like I was anywhere exotic. It was exotically normal.
I'm getting a bit atemporal with what I'm saying, but I felt like it should be said. Now back to story mode.
On Friday I headed to the Museo de Botero. Fernando Botero is a ...