India Chez Moi Casa Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
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... to spend the night in Bogotá. Our flight arrived a little early in Bogota, but we had to de-plane at a remote location and take a bus to the terminal. This takes extra time. We made it through immigration and customs without problems.
The hotel we made reservations at had hotel transport to and from the hotel, but they never confirmed how they would or if they would pick us up. When we exited the airport there was a mass ...
... were are staying called La Candelria, which is the old town. It is dingy, lively, homeless people, armed policemen, colourful and full of little restaurants and pubs. It is a very cool little area. Then cycled around and went to the fruit market and tried a number of very different fruits and a very hot chilli which hit me some time later- it was hot! Then went to Tjoe hall a traditional ...
... around 1:30 in the afternoon, it was also ridiculously hot in the plaza in our fleeces, so we sat in the shade while trying to catch our bearings. Our original intention was to join one of the free walking tours of the area that was organized by the police department just outside the main plaza. When we got there, we were informed that all of the spaces on the free tour were taken up (who knew you had to make reservations?) and that it was also ...
The plan for the day was to get up and go play music on the busses. I was so tired that I ended up doing pretty much nothing aside from catching up on my blog and updating my photos to my google account so that I can finally get some space on my phone. I did have some really good conversations with some of the people around the hostel, including a guy from London who had been living in Ecuador for the past two years, and the hostel owner, Sophie from Montreal. It ...
... s house (which was heavily guarded by soldiers that didnīt look a day over 18), and eventually made our way back to our hostel. And thatīs when our first minor mishap happened.... we were planning to head to Cartagena tomorrow morning, but between this morning and now the prices rose and then as we were looking at it, the morning flight got sold out! So, we paid more to go later than we wanted, but we will be heading there tomorrow and avoiding a 20 hours bus ride in the ...