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... Off the plane. We're delayed another 3 hours. So we've definitely missed our connection. Luckily their English is good enough that we can get our point across and a really helpful man is taking names and information of people with connections to try and rearrange them. And we never saw him again. We're promised that in Bogota airport they can sort us out with a new connection, free of charge. So we frantically find wifi ...
... left watching the queue getting smaller and the seconds on the clock counting down to the imminent departure. Aware that the flight was boarding, Rhianwyn started to panic but as instructed unlocked her bag and the offending object was confiscated much to her sadness, it was the all powerful Chinese Cockroach spray that had caused the problem. Apparently it is regarded as a 'hazardous substance'. It has certainly taken down the biggest bugs that have had the misfortune ...
... morn we packed and dropped our stuff over to Alonso's and grabbed a busette into the centre. We toured about a little, taking in Plaza de Bolivar, San Franciso church and just generally getting our bearings.
At 2pm we joined the free walking tour organised by the tourism police and tourism info offices. The tour was 2.5hrs and took in the most important sights of downtown, including the presidents palace and the cathedral.
After the tour ...
... s back. It was the longest Australia Day ever and at times we questioned whether it was going to ever come to an end! Throughout the 30 hours spent celebrating australia day we brainstormed some things we appreciate and miss about Australia * Being able to have a hot shower * Being able to drink tap water * Our landfill system- so much rubbish on the sides of rods and in the ocean! * Being able to read a menu and know what we are ordering * knowing what people are ...
I arrive in Bogota around 3pm, and as I was leaving for Brazil the next day, I contemplated getting a hotel near the airport. With the cab ride in and out of town, it would probably actually be cheaper to do this, but everyone who had been to Bogota raved about The Cranky Croc hostel, so I decided to cough up the extra 50 pesos (about AUD $25) for the cab and head towards the hostel. I started to regret it when the taxi driver 'got lost' (How dumb does ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services