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Amazing day. Nestor picked us up at 8:30am, for a day exploring a couple of places outside Bogota.
Bogota is an amazing city. The city is built in a (fairly flat) valley in the Andes -- but the city itself is at 8000 ft (and the surrounding mountains are 10000-12000 ft). The region was originally settled by the Muiscans, an indigenous confederation of tribes that were mostly agrarian, hunters and fisherman. But they also had a fairly developed economy that mined ...
... knows someone who went and had a good time.
The travel sites had better "boots on the ground" information so with that, we decided to check it out. I read many reviews and blogs prior to leaving and I must admit I was a little nervous and had many expectations both good and bad about how the experience would go. The internet is rife with stories of taxi robberies, muggings at knife point and kidnappings for your ...
... this reason the tour guide said she would explain everything first in Spanish and then in English for me and Ryan. The tour is an estimated two hours with quite a lot of information given and after the first speech taking nearly ten minutes in Spanish and then the same in English it was clear this wasn’t the ideal situation. At this point a Colombian woman in the group proposed that her young son who had excellent English would translate for me and ...
... in the area that we could walk to. After we got there, Scott said, “I thought you said it was a couple blocks away?” Lyda said, “I said it wasn't far.” Well, when you are used to walking to almost every place you need to go, the term “short distance” is relative. It wasn’t more than ū of a mile, and I appreciated the walk after all day of sitting. We Americans are spoiled with our ...
... I saw as a potential recruit. It takes a lot of time talking to people who are not interested to finally run into some people that are. I will most likely never do anything like that again, unless the compensation is a lot more, but I donīt regret it. In the end I recruited 9 people in 4 days.
Cartagena is the best preserved colonial town in Columbia as well as it has nice beaches and a nearby mud volcano. We went to the mud volcano, ...
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