Hotel el Campin
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... but out popped my back two water bottles again, losing all their contents. The second time I hadn’t realised and Grant had picked a bottle up for me, strapped it onto his carrying rack but also lost it a bit further down the track - this time to be picked up by Erwin who brought it home for me….. Meant I was soon out of water though as getting very hot and only one bottle out of my three with any water in. Was struggling as so thirsty on a ...
We took off from Quito on time and landed at Bogota, also on time. We had about an hour to spend before boarding time for the second leg to Rio.
Bogota was a large, modern airport with lots of shopping opportunities for those who needed them but we didn't have any time (or local money). Our gate was number 52 and was at the end of a long straight line of gates and two floors below the main concourse. Once arrived at the gate a different pace ...
... next day when I rubbed something into my eye and it swelled up so much I couldn’t go out! Once it was nearly back to normal we went for a short walk in the afternoon, just in time for it to chuck it down with rain, so beers in the hostel were the only sensible option after getting soaked. There was a bonfire in the evening, and as there is no wifi in the hostel, it was a very rare and lovely experience to sit and chat ...
We slept through till 8 o'clock minus a short wake just before midnight and we had of sworn it was after 3am.. We decided to take the graffiti walking tour so we could get familiar with some of the city and find out some good places to go and see while we were there. It went for 2 and a half hours and was by donation of 10,000 - 20,000 COP.. The guy that took us was really good at explaining all the graffiti/artwork around the place and it made us realise ...
... to Museo de Oro (gold museum) which is free on a Sunday (instead of 1.50$). Loads of gold, pretty cool, just got a bit tedious. Then we headed up Carrer 7, which on a Sunday (along with many other roads in the city) is completely closed off to motorized vehicles, so there's tons of joggers, bikes, skate boards, dog walkers etc. It really felt that everyone in Bogota was on the streets and hanging out. A lot of time ...