Estelar Apartamentos Bogota
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... it was a Saturday night we decided to get the party bus from the hostel to Pinata. We ended up in a club called Andres Carne de Res where we salsa danced away until the early hours of the morning. Unfortunately the party bus broke down on the way home but it didnt affect my night! The next morning Bronagh and I went to two Sunday flee markets. One was in town which was just ok but the second was a bit out and was excellent. It was in an area called Usequen. ...
... in Colombia's history.
Our next stop was Villa de Leyva. We drove through, before heading a few kilometers outside of town to El Fosil. El Fosil is a house, containing the fossil of a pliosaur in situ. It's an impressive sight as soon as you walk into the building. There are various other fossils scattered around as well, including a wall of ammonites. We drove back to the main road and stopped in another new(ish) fossil place, called Centro de ...
... different sites in the area we spent 3 days to visit most of them. One day on horseback for 4 hours with El Puratal ( most colorful statues) and La Chaquira with carved out figures in the mountain that served as a sacrificial place overlooking the Magdalena river as highlights. The 2nd day was a jeep tour to some archaeological sites further afield and some impressive waterfalls. Highlight on this day is the beautifully carved statue called Doble Yo at the Alto de los Piedras ...
... Question: What's the weather like in Bogotá?
Answer: The weather here is always the same but always changing. What? It's always the same in the sense that the temperature changes very little throughout the year. Because we're located so close to the equator, traditional seasons don't exist and the temperature remains quite steady. Colombian cities at low elevations are consistently warm, but Bogotá's elevation is about 8,700 feet (for ...
Disclaimer: if I don't write anything for a couple of days, that's a good thing. I've been having too much fun that I forgot to have extra time to write anything.
When I was planning my trip, I looked at places of interest in Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina, and Chile. I had seen a couple movies about Colombia (mainly about the rough Escobar and post-Escobar period, and mainly Medellín). As is the case with many, I was guilty of generalizing, across time and ...