Casa Santa Ana
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... to walk around and visit some shops, eat street food or just sit on the old city walls and have a drink. We met up with some friends we made in Panama who were from Germany too and had a great evening with them. We also spent a couple of nights at a small plaza where all the local people hang out before they go to parties, forgot the name, but it was very close to our ...
... find someplace to watch and we finally ended up on the outskirts of this open air casino where we could barely see the tv. After awhile some men offered to trade spots with us so we could be in the shade, and then others later offered to give us their seats so we really got lucky.
Watching the game with Colombians was just crazy. I've never seen such emotion related to a sports event. Every bad call, goal, foul, etc just brought ...
I was thinking of Michael Douglas and Kathleen Turner as our taxi passed by the Fort in the Old City. Having been here numerous times within a few months, we decided not to go on any tours. Bert needed some medication and so we went from one pharmacy to another in search of his medicine.
I was freaking out while at the counter of the pharmacy. It was thinking it ...
... as sexy as they sound.
The neighbourhood we are in is actually narrow peninsula called El Laguito (The Little Lake) in honour of the small, fetid lake on the far side of the peninsula from us (all of one block over). Laguito mainly consists of one long street full of vaguely depressing hotels and apartment blocks that look like they would be a perfect fit for a Mexican beach town in 1985. The beach below our window, however, is endlessly fascinating. ...
... blue, and the area was not so much desert as just dry. The next stop was another fossil musuem, El Fosil.
In case you're wondering, as I was, about the sudden influx of fossil museums in this particular area, back in the prehistoric ages, most of Colombia used to be under water. Over the years, large amounts of aquatic fossils and dinosaur remains have been found in Colombian soil particularly around Villa de Leyva. In this ...