Charleston Bogota Hotel
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... to drop them at the hostel before heading back down to the street and going left this time, down towards Plaza de Bolivar. The plaza was cranking and packed with a whole new bunch of people selling things, dressed up lamas to get photos with and young people just hanging out playing spin the bottle. We snap up a few pics of the surrounding architecture before two local girls approach us and ask for a photo with them. This is becoming normal for us now, haha. We ...
... called like that because in the past there used to be “chicherķas” (bars where chicha – a drink made of corn - could be drunk) and men used to go to those places for a drink. However, when their wives looked for them, they were not only drunk but also involved in “undesirable relationships” with prostitutes, so their wives would ask them for the divorce.
Our guide was a very nice lady; in her late 50s she had an excellent memory ...
... and find our seats. A short presentation from Juan Pablo and we eat lechon! Some cake and conversation follows. The boys head outside with Freddy and the soccer time begins! I join the boys and we have fun shooting on the artificial turf as Nathan plays with a boy from the community. As it gets darker, we decide it is time to head home. Pictures with family members help finalize the night. A good time this day in Bogota. What will tomorrow ...
... vacation: yo estoy aprendiendo espanol. He looked up, smiled and said si si.
Tiffany had arrived a few hours before me. She came with the driver to pick me up from the airport. We made it to our airbnb apt and passed out because it was so late. Our air bnb hosts were absolutely amazing. They were a couple named Juliana and Juan. They were so hospitable and inviting.
The following morning Tiff and I began our adventure throughout Bogota. We didn't leave ...
... down... We had hoped for huge wonderful pieces of gold (OK our expectations were a bit unfair...) but it mostly contained small pieces of jewellery and was just full of Colombians taking endless awful pictures of every single artefact they saw! We really don't get it, why would any sane person want to spend their spare time going through 500 photos of every single item within a museum...?? After that we set off to explore and finally tried a buñuelo (a bready doughnut type ...