Hotel el Campin
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... married to a Colombian lady and has a daughter. He is an artist and got into the street art scene here when he moved here and after a time realised that there is a need to show the art to visitors. The tour was 12 people allbeit young cept us of course. It was an excellent walking tour lasting two and a half hours around the streets of the old and centre areas nearby. The art was quirky, political statements, beautiful and confronting and included spraypainted, ...
... heard that a quite famous graffer does a graffiti tour so we went. We were not too sure when he was speaking about him or not chowing us some pieces but well, I think he did quite a few we saw. So Bogota was about walking around to spot graffitis, going out at night and not doing much. The city is not the best I have seen to be honest but it is worth it only for the graffitis, check out the photos!
Theo was leaving one day before me. This is it, this group adventure has ended. It ...
... so good for years, when we arrived in Guane. On another drive we discovered a wonderful waterhole in a river, my first swim since I left Magnetic! Time to return, Lucie and I stopped over in another town near the airport called Giron, we also spent time looking at Bucaramanga another example of a clean city of about a million, that the people are very proud of. Just a 30m flight, and we landed back in Bogota. Trust you are all well, Till Madrid Abrazos ...
... off working as a journalist and so naturally has a lot of knowledge to share about the history and current climate in this part of the world.
Mike took us to where a national hero who was very vocal about the corruption that was apparent back in the day, was assassinated which started big riots in the city. We cycled past paint splattered government and official buildings which is a result from current protests. We then headed to ...
... went for hours, as they are apt to do, and between each course we were treated to a different story or teaching from each of the rabbis present. As we ate off china, etched ¨Casa Lubovitch¨ with waiters serving and clearing courses, it felt so luxurious. The food was more than delicious and so filling. After singing the traditional Shabbat tunes, we made kiddush and washed, then had appetizers with the challah, followed by soup and several more courses, while ...