Estelar Apartamentos Bogota
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... got chucked into the next pool in an attempt to clean him up a bit, but this was only partially successful. After the hilarity of the natural pools, we moved on to the Parque Arqueologico Villa de Leiva, Observatorio Solar Muisca. This is a place where the Muisca people gave thanks for the fertility of the ground by producing large phallic symbols, carved of granite, until the Spanish arrived. Basically, it's a field full of giant penises. After more ...
... levels down are sound and have been converted into a place for visitors. The theme being the walk of Jesus Christ - the thirteen stations of the cross. There are many caverns, each with its own cross, carved from salt or as a couple were - carved out of the salt wall. All the crosses were of a considerable size so were quite impressive salt blocks. The caverns also were large - a relic of the earlier mining. The grand centrepiece ...
... and played fives to see who would get the luxury of the air conditioned room. We spent the next evenings with Georgina and Charlie who were also in Colombia wandering around the old town (beautiful) and spending a lot of time on the square with the locals and other travellers eating street food and drinking rum. It had a really Caribbean feel with locals using the square to socialise and kids playing football at all hours. We had a couple of crazy nights ...
... teaching English as well and then I'll be caking in the dough. Im running very low on money but things are looking up! I spent the next few hours talking with Jhon and eating some delicious chicken with rice and avocado that he prepared. I also took another hot shower (these were the first hot showers I had taken in over a month) and shaved my beard (first time with a mirror in a long time as ...
... it was “direct”, we stopped a bunch of times on the way to pick people up who were heading to Bogota. They weren’t going to let a seat go to waste. We got back to Bogota at 5pm and I got the Transmilenio back to Calle 57 to get back to Colombia at Home. It really does feel like home now after being here for a couple of weeks. The people are so nice as well. I’ll be recommending this place to anyone coming to Bogota, for ...