Embassy Park Hotel
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These folks go out of their way for you, highly recommended
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... 12 meters long but the tail is missing. It is still at the spot where they found it in the 1977. It was quite impressive. We also visited the astronomic site of Muisca. Big Penis like monoliths that the Muisca used to determine the seasons, based on the length of the shadows, so they would know when to plant and to harvest hence the penis like monoliths representing fertility. After this relaxing stop we went on to San Gil. If you are into extreme sports like rappelling, rafting ...
... dropped so much. We found the supermarket along one of the pedestrian streets and got a few things we needed and some stuff for lunch, avocado, tomato and fresh grain bread. On the way back to the hostel we walked into the money museum. The money museum was really interesting and certainly explained why the countries economy is so stuffed. Up until not all that long ago every bank had and used it's own currency. It's only recently that a president changed the laws to create a ...
... before the flight time. I thought he was being over cautious as I would normally only arrived 50 minutes prior in London and still have 20 minutes to grab a coffee before boarding. However, when I arrived at Rio airport I could see why you needed to arrive 2 hours before. To check in and drop a bag required you to join 3 separate snaking queues. It felt like staff and passengers were the blind guiding the blind. It took over an hour to get to the front of the ...
... now you just have to worry about bad cyclists and beginning skateboarders :). Max and I did the loop that Emily and Daniel recommended ... Then we headed back to check on Kyra (plus Max was a little tired).
She was still sleeping, so Max and I called a taxi and headed up to the Usaquen market. This market is only open on Sundays - so it was our only chance to go - and is primarily comprised of Columbian (or at least South American) artisanal ...
... things. And we did some more sightseeing like paying a visit to the Catedral de Sal of Zipaquira. This is an actual cathedral 180 meters underground within a working salt mine about two hours outside of Bogota. We spent a fun day learning more about the mining of salt and were even able to do some hands-on hacking ourselves - a though job indeed.
But then it was really time to say good-bye to this fabulous country - we're off to new adventures…!