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Got a great send of from Ballintemple at 6.30am from Dad, Lisa and Ciara. Got to speak to the Auzzie SJ on the way to Dublin.
Arrived at Dublin Airport, it was time for the big goodbyes! Standing in the carpark and I spot my little friend Clara in her car, took me so long to realise she was there to wave me off! Thank you Clarabelle!
... well! Afterwards we just continued to follow the street until the pedestrian only zone ended. We ended up walking all the way to Calle 32 and walked over to catch the Trasmilenio at the Profamilia station. The next stop was Zona Rosa.
We got off the Transmilenio at Calle 85, and walked over to Carrera 13 because that's where the edge of Zona Rosa is. When we got there, it turned out to be a cool, but not super amazing place to be. It was very westernized and had tons of ...
... in the surrounding area within driving distance. That is another mark of a livable city. Unfortunately dinner that night was rather disappointing. We knew we wanted to have a nice meal to celebrate our anniversary, so we chose Harry Sasson, a fancy restaurant by Colombia´s most famous chef, located near our hotel in a refurbished British mansion. The place came recommended and was certainly beautiful; the bar and entranceway being ...
... night ended up being a mix of English and Spanish. Them speaking to us in English and us trying to reply in Spanish!
Aside from learning Spanish we did manage to fit in some tourist stuff in between the rain showers! Soon after we arrived we went on a bike tour of part of the city. We had a very eccentric guide from California who had lived in Bogota for 9 years. Having used to be a journalist he delivered a very interesting tour, telling us the in's ...
I'm starting to think we're cursed. Currently stuck in Bogota airport, hoping to get out to Medellin soon. Our first flight went well, smoothly, pleasant, short domestic flight from Guayaquil to Quito. Then an extraordinarily long lay over of 10 hours in Quito airport overnight. Not seeing the point of going to find a hotel and paying for only a few hours, and being stingy, we decided to sleep in the airport. Not something ...