Hotel el Campin
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Take a bus from El Dorado International Airport, to Holiday Inn Bogota (airport hotel).Then walk to Hotel El Campin, which is 59$ a night or 140573.40 pesos.
$1,269-59 which is $1,210 Or 2882946.00 pesos left over.
Because of $50 dollar salary, for food and lodging. $1,210 + 50= $1,260 or 18844.50 pesos left over.
We met a group …
... a longer nap than intended, so I had to wake Melissa up to get her a taxi to her house. Again, she wasn’t prepared to stay over here, so she had to head back. Tomorrow I’m moving out of this hostel and going back to Hotel Egina, which is right next to Melissa’s house. I’m looking forward to that, so hopefully Melissa will be able to stay over here and not worry so much about having to get taxis back and forth. ...
... I am likely to repeat. We then went on a trail through the artesanial markets to look for presents for michaels family. Him speaking very little Spanish kept asking the women "cuantos anos tiene?" Which means how old is it,,,I think what he was meaning was how much is it? After getting over that hurdle we put our bargaining skills to the test, I mean we didn't get £100s of pounds off but the saving of 30p was quite an achievement for us. ...
Mon 18/8, I had managed to stay awake. I jumped into a taxi at 2.45am and headed to the airport. The taxi drivers here are nuts. He ran just about every red light on the way there.
I should have tried to get a few hours sleep becuase I kept nodding off in the airport. I made it onto the plane and fell straight asleep. I had a transfer in Lima before finally arriving in Bogota. I caught a taxi to Cranky Croc hostel in La Candelaria which had ...
... Cup 3rd place playoff (Holland beating Brazil 3-0) and then the following day the World Cup final (Germany beating Argentina in extra time 1-0). After the final we headed back to our hostel to collect our luggage and headed to the bus station for our overnight bus to Medellin. Despite the light rain and windy roads through the Andes mountains, we made it comfortably to Medellin, where we'll be spending the next 3 days here before flying to Cartagena. Adios! Mitch and ...