Embassy Park Hotel
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These folks go out of their way for you, highly recommended
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... the highway - arriving back at the same place we left from the day before Bogota before realising, turning round and finding a new route. They decided to set up lunch here at the market, and then the Yellow Bus arrived after shepherding riders through the new route and going to recollect Henry. They stopped as well, so chaos came to the village…..
A rough long down hill section after lunch - again loving it and almost keeping up with the ...
... minibus, bus, jeep then moto taxi, we arrived at the hostel up in the hills late in the evening and after spending 45 minutes on the back on small bikes in the rain with our big backpacks on our backs – painful! As we had not made a reservation in case we didn’t arrive on time, there was only one bunk left, so we had a cosy night in the same single bed! The first item on our list of our health bad luck in Colombia ...
We have had a great day today. Having had a slightly disturbed sleep we woke at 6am with jet lag. Hanging about the hostel having breakfast and lovely Colombian coffee, the owner Jon, explained to us some of the best spots for us to visit on a Sunday. They are so helpful in this place. First stop was the Plaza Bolivar, a huge square in the center of the city, loads of people hanging out and we got to see our first Alpacas. ...
A few years ago, when I was living in Frankfurt and had been in Germany about a year, Colombia called via social media for a mass demonstration agains the Colombian guerrilla "Farc". I recall I left work early that day, and at 6pm, noontime in Colombia, was at the demonstration with many Colombians, protesting peacefully agains terrorism, kidnappings and the Farc.
Those images came back to me today at ...
... was unsurprisingly below par, the cheapest bread, margarine & jam, though the coffee & cereal were OK.
Headed straight off to find somewhere else to stay and have a good wander around before the rain set in again. Arrived first at an excellent Swiss bakery, La Vieja Suisa, far superior to the French one I found yesterday, except for lack of almond croissants! Saw they had rooms, so organised one for 50k - ...