Crowne Plaza Tequendama
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... all SA music. I dunno if I'm banging on about my distaste of this music too much but it genuinely fills me with a hatred that makes me consider stabbing the player in the ear with my pen.
I spent the trip learning Spanish (I've changed tack a little, and aren't just focusing on the podcasts) and listening to music. At one point they started showing Inglorious Basterds, all of which was converted into Spanish, but the long portions which should've been in French ...
... having picnics, so we stayed for a few minutes and left. We did treat ourselves to a steak lunch in town, but then got soaked again on the way back up to the hostel ready for cold takeaway pizza for dinner, which was not great!
After some time in the hills, we headed on to Medellin having found a flight that was cheaper than the 15 hour bus! We spent a day looking around the city be paying $1 for a ticket and not getting ...
Flew via São Paulo to Bogota. São Paulo was a nightmare. The restaurants were overpriced and ******. So ended up at maccy D's. And then we hit immigration. All I will say is good luck in July with the World Cup. No one will leave the country!! Was ridiculous Really impressed with how organised El Dorado airport was. Customs ...
... they could help me or pray for me. Yep, it's good to be back.
I'm off to write lesson plans so I can go to bed at a decent hour (am I an adult or what?), but I'll leave you with the sixth grade class verse for 2013-2014:
"Before I started to put you together in your mother, I knew you. Before you were born, I set you apart as holy. I chose you to speak to the nations for Me." Jeremiah 1:5
The first thing I want to mention is a very special woman I encountered on my travels called Vanessa. We crossed paths on the roof terrace of our hostel in Cali and I was talking to some idiot English girls 'on their gap yaa' when she chipped into the conversation and I noticed that she too spoke English. At this stage in the trip, about a week in, I had been drowning in Spanish so was quite happy to speak in that other language I know for a bit.
Vanessa is a 50 something ...