Estelar Apartamentos Bogota
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... The people are so different in Columbia - tall, short, light, dark and different colored hair.
I packed up my things and ask how to get to the bus terminal. On my way, I wasn't sure the road so I ask some security guards and they tell that I should get a taxi because it is too dangerous. So I ignore them and find the street. I did feel a little exposed but everything was ok. I flagged down the bus and got on ($0.75 compared to $8 for a taxi). While on the bus I ask ...
... groups, under the stance that nearly half a century of negotiations with no results was a sign that "some entities just cannot be negotiated with." Mostly through military pressure and increased military hardware from the USA most security indicators improved, showing a steep decrease in ...
... profusely. What an absolute ******* ********. Welcome to bloody Bogota. I sank a few beers with some Aussie friends at a hostel around the corner, and made a token attempt to understand Aussie Rules Football, then went to bed back at mine. Things can only get better…
Day No 2 of 4. After trying to Skype call my Dad a few times to wish him a belated Happy Birthday, I went for a wander around the local area. It was pretty cool, lots of Brick Lane ...
They live remotely and for obvious reasons don't trust others, especially white men. I had read extensively about them, heard that they had let a few people visit their villages in the mountains. Besides a very traditional way of life, animist beliefs and isolation, they chew the coca leaf as part of their culture, they see it as vital. The main reason they come down to this little town of Palomino is to gather sea shells that they crush into the mineral lime, which they ...
... walked along some beautiful beaches. These would be the best I've seen in SA. White sand, blue water, palm tree and boulders. After the strenuous activity of relaxing on the beach, and sleeping in hammocks, we decided we needed more pool time, so we headed to Palomino further east along the Carribean coast. Oh wait... I forgotten to mention the scary land iguanas that terrorised us day and night in our hammocks. These guys were scared of us, and poor jane ...