Charleston Bogota Hotel
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... as difficult as I had suspected because I was surrounded by the loving Latin warmth of the Kerpel family. My extended family through my cousins Anava and Bibi, they took me in as one of their own and I really enjoyed my stay there. And as an added perk, this trip allowed me to spend an entire two weeks with Bibi, whom I love more than life, exploring a foreign city. Feeling the altitude affecting our stamina, we took a couple slow and ...
... and copper, as well as a late selection of items made from sea shells and stone and lots of pottery. It was really cool. Sarah texted me halfway through so when I left the museum I went to her hostel, where Wafaa met us with her Colombian friend, John. We discussed future travel plans a bit and then walked to another hostel, where more of Wafaa's friends, a group of French people, were all staying. John's sister, Carol, met ...
... high mountains were on our left, the vegetation became more lush and even jungle-like in places, rivers cutting through more and more, as you might expect.
And then just like that, we were dropped off on the side of the road at the little town of Palomino. It didn't look like much from the road, buses and cars whizzing by, 3 or 4 blocks along a main road, music blaring in some places, little food stalls, hardware stores, vendors selling fruit, veggies and meat. We had ...
... with fruits I did not even know existed. Still nothing beats the Colombian mangos. If you're wondering what delicacies other than fruit one can expect to eat in Colombia, you'll find that the staple meals generally consist of a plate of rice, fried plantain (savoury banana) and either beef, chicken or fish. Beware, the fish is fried and served up whole, fins, eyes and all. Every meal comes with a chunky vegetable soup, regardless of the temperature outside, and, if ...
... and try to find our bearings on the map. While we were there we watched a homeless man stand in front of traffic and block the cars. The motorists were furious, tooting and edging closer and closer until they were actually nudging him. Eventually he moved aside and let the cars pass, he then went up to their windows asking for money given he'd allowed them to pass!! All of this happened while the traffic police watched on the sidelines... Finally, while huddling under ...