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... a bit, but I got a few hours sleep sprawled across the row. I easily made my connection in Ft. Lauderdale, and as I said goodbye to the U.S. of A. I was gifted another whole row to sleep in! I wasted no time but the 3hr and 17min flight afforded only minimal sleep. The airport smelled of cinnamon and spice, reminding me of a ski lodge for some reason. My bags arrived (hooray!), I had to give a fingerprint to exchange money, and then caught a taxi to my hostel, La ...
... br> We had spent the best part of a week with the Mora family and had seen much of Bogota and its surrounding region. It was time to say our goodbyes and we celebrated with a special lunch from Irma’s local region. Food and company were amazing and it was definitively a sad time to leave.
We booked a 4 day trek with Oscar and Dianna out of ...
... arrive with some pre determined views and mine was that was going to be a city that I was going to have to watch my back - I am not sure I could be more wrong, although I'm sure if you visit some parts at the wrong time of day or even at all this may not be the case, but sticking to the center felt very safe.
I am not sure if it was just the result of it being the weekend but the old town where I was staying had a real vibrancy to it with ...
... guerrilla groups and government supported right wing para-military groups, all with equally ugly pasts. This country has been mired in civil war for almost 50 years, with a jaw dropping political assassination rate. That hasn't discouraged the people from being friendly, though. Bogota is a major center for theater, with many schools and theater companies throughout. Large groups of people gather at random in public settings for animated protests and also ...
We had to get up early for church at 10 AM. They had to change services from the afternoon to the morning about a day ago. Shawna and Kevin came over at 8 AM for breakfast. We ate and then gathered our bags to walk to the hotel. The Hotel Sante Fe was over by the Red Angus Restaurant, so it was about a 15-20 minute walk.
We arrived and the first person I saw was Flaka. We gave each other a gigantic hug. Then I hugged the rest of the ...
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