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... on earth). They are quite spectacularly done, designed by a Columbian artist -- it was very good that Nestor was there to help explain the subtleties. Essentially, they have carved additional excavations to the original salt excavations. But while doing it, they have also added features like kneeling blocks, carved right from the halite (the salt stone).
After the stations of the cross, we moved down into the cathedral itself - we were now 600 ft underground. It ...
... kept me up a bit, but I got a few hours sleep sprawled across the row. I easily made my connection in Ft. Lauderdale, and as I said goodbye to the U.S. of A. I was gifted another whole row to sleep in! I wasted no time but the 3hr and 17min flight afforded only minimal sleep.
The airport smelled of cinnamon and spice, reminding me of a ski lodge for some reason. My bags arrived (hooray!), I had to give a fingerprint to exchange money, and then caught a taxi to ...
... br> monday: electro rock, ska
spanish castles from the ...
... hopefully the saliva of a hot young Colombian and not a gross old man down the street with missing teeth!) and sampling everything we could made from coca leaves.. Coca tea.. Coca cake.. Coca energy bar.. Coca energy drink.. Coca Then there were three.. P.S. I BEAT Simon at chess!! I am the ...
Robyn was flying into Bogota from New Zealand about 4 hours before my flight landed so we had planned to meet up at Arrivals and then taxi to our hotel. The first glitch was that Robyn didn't know if my plane had been able to take off on time thanks to the snow, and her phone was playing up so she couldn't send or receive texts, nor make calls.
The flight out of Miami was delayed an hour, and when I made it out through Arrivals, Robyn ...