Estelar Apartamentos Bogota
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... Amazon Basin and your best place to base yourself is Leticia in the southwest corner of the country, on the border with Brazil and Peru. From here you can visit the National Park of Amacayacu and enjoy the rich life of plants and animals in the forests and lakes, including the famous pink dolphins. Other activities are more ...
... take me around the city for the day. But now I was late. Luckily they had whatsapp, so a quick few messages later and the driver had found me! Really, how did the world cope without on-demand Internet and messaging. We drove into the city. Enroute I found out that the airport had been closed for 5 hours this morning. There was rather a lot of disruption - so many planes cancelled and delayed. Lucky I wasn't totally cancelled! The city wasn't that exciting to begin ...
Today was a chilled research day for me. I didn’t do much during the day except send out a couple of emails to Spanish schools in the area and try to figure out what I should see in Bogota.
I met Melissa after she finished work again and we went out Hard Rock Cafe for dinner! This was my 42nd HRC in the world, and my first in South America. I was surprised at how cheap it ...
... breakfast accompanied by a guitarist playing local folk music which was a perfect way to start the day and with some wonderful Colombian Coffee,I was ready to go and explore the city,well the historic city at least.In body though I was not feeling so great,the endless run of travel in the last few weeks had started to catch up on me.Santiago is 500m above sea level and Bogota is at 2700m,I had to also adjust from three degrees of temperature in Santiago to 25 degrees in ...
... steep, my palms become a little bit sweaty at the prospect of the whole set of cars flying back down the incredible ascent we've just made. But we make it and I jump out of the cart with a bit of a nervous laugh. The view is sublime. There's a restaurant and some little shops and a church at the top, but the view takes the cake. It spans 360 degrees across the Monserrate mountains behind us, and all of hugely vast Bogota below us. It's also 10,000ft high so ...