Dann Norte Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... llama and donkey rides, kids painting and local people selling their handicrafts. After we enjoyed the atmosphere we continued on to the Gold Museum to engage in some real culture. Despite its 55,000 pieces of gold and being the biggest gold ornament collection in the world, quite frankly we were bored. No point pretending we“re interested in history when we“re not!
On our second day in Bogotį we navigated the ...
... Natalia texted me to ask if I had eaten. I responded that I hadn't because I was sick but that I would grab some fruit in a little bit. Unbeknownst to me, Natalia then left work on her lunch break and bought a spread of fruit and came home just to drop it on the table and then head back to work. So nice! I had never heard of or seen many of the fruits but I immediately dug in because there was so much and it looked ...
... 25 room just off the beach with beds for all three of us, a rustic (and I don't mean in a fancy way) outside shower hammocks and a little table outside, simple and perfect. We had found our place, home sweet home. We tossed down our bags, flopped on our beds, had celebratory rum in plastic cups. It was Friday night, we were in this very groovy little town of Palomino and we were together: Dad, sister and brother. It was fantastic.
After settling in a bit, we walked the ...
So I'd heard rave reviews about Colombia from other travellers, so I felt like I had to make it up here. It's finally predominately safe after years of violence, and tourism is starting to pick up. My first stop was Salento, in the Zona Cafetaria (coffee growing zone). I did a nice day hike through Valle de Cocora, where you can find these massive palm trees and hummingbirds. Salento was a cute little town to hang out for a while... Small colourful shops, lots ...
... item on Bogota's sightseeing agenda. Botero is a Colombian artist known particularly for his rotund characters. Not only men and women, but animals, food and even musical instruments look like they could use a contract at the gym. The entrance to the museum is free, score, and you can take photos inside, additional score. In it are exhibited not only many of Botero's paintings and sculptures but also his prolific collection of art, including works by some of my ...