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... do what?"
Conquistadores duo: "He wants us to drain the lake with a bucket chain .. Up and over this mountain rim."
Conquistadores uno: "That's loco ... It'll never work!"
Conquistadores duo: "I know! that's what I told him ... But you know how gets when he gets an idea in his head ..."
So ... After three months of this, they had lowered the water level by 3 metres. .. And they did find some gold -- maybe $100,000 worth in today's dollars. The legend was ...
... case, having a Caribbean coastline seems to have integrated enough Euopean DNA to make this population much taller. I'm not saying I blended in, but I wasn't as obvious as I expected to be.
3. Everyone else in Bogota dresses like and thinks it's cold. We didn't think it was cold. Maybe it's just a California thing.
4. Spanish here is spoken VERY fast and uses different words from Mexico.
... in Bogota, the baggage claim area was swamped. There were three planes alone on our baggage claim belt. Finally, we got our luggage after about a half hour.
We arrived at the Hotel Emporium and were greeted by the receptionist with a big smile. They are always pleasant and happy to see us here. We dropped off our bags, and then we went to get some lunch as Sunday evening, many of the restaurants are closed. We walked to ...
... we didn’t feel uncomfortable being nude.
After Tayrona we took a 14 hour overnight bus ride to a town called San Gil. It was actually a very nice bus, we slept well. I was ready for a change from the beach. This town is within low lying mountains with rivers running through and around it and small colonial style pueblos surrounding it. San Gil and the surrounding pueblos all had a similar central igelisa (church) and park. We went ...
... to Australia as proof of leaving Argentina which I was able to access using the computer in the VIP lounge. So finally, after alot of frustration, translation and a very near breakdown, we had all worked out the plan... for now... I then went back to hang out with Rachelle until her plane (also delayed) left at 11am. I did my blog and read a book until my boarding time...which came, and went... I went up to the desk to see what was happening, and of course, my new ...