Estelar Apartamentos Bogota
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... We are on Central Standard Time from March to November, but we don't observe Daylight Savings Time. When the U.S. falls back in November, we move up to Eastern Standard Time. Because we're so close to the equator, day and night are pretty equal throughout the year. This makes it difficult to explain the importance of the spring and fall equinoxes to students-- their response tends to be, "So? Every day's like that." Not where I'm from!
... to try it so it couldn't have worked out more perfectly that I wasn't hungry for a meal and we just happened to sit down across from a chocolate bar. I asked the lunch place owner if I could bring the hit chocolate over so I could have it with my friends and he was more than welcoming. I headed across the street and asked the shopowner if I could bring my order across the street and she said it was no problem. I order the dark hot chocolate with nuez mezlcla, cheese, biscuit, and ...
Funny, the movie "Secret Life of Walter Mitty" is playing on my flight from Seattle to Atlanta. I'm not watching it but can see the scenes, have heard that it is about a mild mannered office worker who deals with his life by having vivid fantasies of life and travel adventure. I understand Walter very well. For me, the fantasies of upcoming trips are the way I soothe my traveler heart and function in the real world. They aren't fantasies, though. They are quite real. When I walk ...
... t know
what to do. Venezuala is in real trouble now with people getting killed most
days, and everyone we have met in Colombia has told us we shouldn’t go and been
really sad about the situation – the countries have really easy migration
between the two so most people in Colombia know people who live in Venezuala
and are worried about them. The poor guide sat there sobbing whilst telling us all
this and we just listened in shock not ...
... located but also considered a bit of a seedy area. In the morning we caught a bus to Usaquen, in the north of Bogota. They have really trendy markets, restaurants, bars and coffee shops. We stopped for our first Colombian coffee and we were both impressed! We decided to walk back to get the TransMilenio (public bus) into town rather than returning in the collectivo. It was about a 40 minute walk. Bogota has a great system on Sundays where they closed off some of the main ...