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... chargers (solar?).
- Wheel rotation and alignment.
DRINKS AND FOOD
- Non-perishable food.
- Flash light and fresh batteries.
FIRST AID KIT
... is really strange. It makes it feel much later than it is. It is cooler in Bogota because of the altitude so I think the high today was 18 deg with very little humididty. That being said, when we went for dinner around 7:30 it had rained and cooled off a bit (maybe down to 15 deg), there were people wearing big puffy jackets, jackets with fur lined hoods and one woman had on a scarf, touque and mittens!
I will add pictures ...
... the biz! Our own tvs, with remote controls to play games etc and a cupholder (my pet plane hate, cup flying about the place!) ironically, my drink came in a square carton and wouldnt fit in the cupholder haha
While I played who wants to be a millionaire (never managed to get passed the 1000£ question!!) Cathal chatted to the guy next to me. Ivan, a Colombian born guy who has lived in Atlanta USA for the last thirty yrs.
Ivan is the nicest ...
... couldn't find a ticket booth anywhere, so we asked in the club shop and an assistant there kindly sold us a couple of tickets that she had stashed away behind the counter.
The gates opened three hours before kick off and the stadium ...
... tour with one of the guys from the hostel. It went from 10:30am until 4pm. It was a great way to see the city. Our guide was fantastic. We saw the main plaza with the government offices and church, the main museums, and the big market. We stopped at a small coffee factory, chocolate factory, and the market. In the market, we tried a bunch of different types of fruit, and some buns. It was a great lunch. We also stopped at the ...