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Holly and I set out for a week in Colombia, South America. We were to meet Diana Milena Rios Gutierrez, and her family, who would be serving as our hosts to an unforgettable vacation. Diana and I have become dear friends via the internet over the course of 10 months and now we had decided to met each other in person. Diana´s Tío Albeiro arranged to …
... pack on my back and felt a slight tug - when I turned around I saw that the zip had been opened, and in the same split-second I saw two people turn around and melt back into the crowd before I realised what had happened. Luckily they didn't steal anything, but from that point on I made a mental note to carry my pack on the front.
When we returned to our hostel, we saw a crowd gathered in the plaza outside. A guy was entertaining the crowd, obviously being very ...
... equally significant roads, at such high frequencies, the capacity of the network to cater for other traffic would be fundamentally compromised. While there are selected grade-separated intersections for the system, this is what is needed to maximise it's future benefit and cater for the demand. However, this presents a conundrum in that the BRT system was built in the first place because it's a cheaper option than traditional grade separate, exclusive right of way alternatives, ...
... could have done that! Yes I know.. I really don't get art! Of course I had to try to touch a painting and as I went too close to the security sensors the alarm went off and the whole room sounded like a crime scene! The security guard looked at me and turned off the alarm as I think he was quick to understand that I wasn't there to cause trouble! Opppps! That's what happens when you let me in to art museums! After the museum we had a ...
... downpour, we headed back for the hostel. On arriving back, we realized that the hostel had double booked so although they had room for myself and Eoin, there was no availability for Claud and Dean who left Armenia for Bogota that morning. We then had to rush around looking for hostels. After visiting 3 or 4, we found the nicest hostel which was new, extremely clean, with a brilliant owner. We ...
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