Embassy Park Hotel
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These folks go out of their way for you, highly recommended
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It was at Orlando airport when we first learnt of the 'proof of onward travel' policy to allow entry to Colombia. Oops. As we blatantly did not have this as we hadn't got onward travel booked we had a problem, 5am is not a good time to present such an obstacle. We eventually resolved it with a call to another airline and a 'booking' with them so got on our way ok. A brief stop in Fort Lauderdale and 3 1/2 hours later we could see Colombia's lush landscape forming below us. Bogotá's ...
... is probably 70 feet tall, carved into the giant stone wall, and illuminated with gently pulsating lights. I believe they do host actual services and things there, but I was there on Monday evening and so nothing was happening. The center of the cathedral floor featured a large carved stone tablet of Michelangelo's Creation, the painting on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. And this was all 500 feet underground.
The ride back to Bogotá was ...
... I was a good guy. So then the other guy looked at me for awhile, felt my hands.
They both discussed, seemed to arrive at a smile together. I had been accepted by them.
I got the guys a beer, the indigenous guy wanted some time alone with me, shooed the other guy away and talked with me alone for about half an hour. I don't know about aura and energy and all those things but this man had a powerful, calm and clear presence. I told him how I had come here, how I ...
... Colombians screaming all kinds of things. We were able to learn a few new Spanish words that you wouldn’t normally be taught. This riot lasted about an hour.
Next the flight attendant announcement said that you could get off the plane but the airline would not compensate your accommodation or onward travel to Santa Marta. Riot number 2 commenced. We were on the plane until 2am with so many ...
... then started our Phillius Fogg impression by taking the most ridiculous route known to man to Nicaragua. Flight 1; Lima to Bogota, Colombia. We had a 5 hour stop over in Bogota which afforded us the opportunity to kipp on the gate benches. Yes, we were those people you've all seen, looking almost homeless as we struggled to sleep on the benches. Flight 2; Bogota to El Salvador. Flight 3; El Salvador to Managua, Nicaragua. ...