Hotel Hacienda Royal
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... She is a lovely girl and very young indeed. Also even slimmer than me. :)
The group this time around is a fairly even spread of guys and girls with some younger and a couple of older guys from California. There is even a guy from London, Kentish Town. Small world! :) Of course there are some Aussies too, 4 in total who seems to be quite fun and friendly people.
We discovered that 2 people from this group are also on the ...
... that Shawna had given one of the children. I hadn’t worn my swimsuit, as it looked like it might rain when we left. By the time we got down, it was hot and sunny. I sat on the pool edge and put my legs in the water. That was very refreshing.
After a while, I got tired of watching them, and I went and talked with Shawna, Kevin and Oscar in the shade of a tree. We talked about different parts of Colombia and the flora and fauna. ...
... God. So, we moved the bags inside. It looked like it could rain at any moment, so this was a real blessing.
They all wanted breakfast and I needed to shower. They headed off to breakfast, and I asked the receptionist if he would kindly keep an eye on the bags. I didn’t think anyone would bother the bags, but he gladly said he would.
I showered and went down for breakfast. Shawna and Kevin had just arrived. We ...
... and coffee. After letting my food digest for an hour or so - it was off to the gym. Boy what a tough run that was! The prior week, I didn't work out as I just didn't have the energy. But starting off today... wow! What a tough workout.
Bogota is like 8,500 feet above sea level. So just even running a little bit made me out of breathe. The good thing about this, is that if I keep running while I am here, where I get back to ...
... Paola, at the city branch of the famous Andrés Carne de Res. The original restaurant/bar/club is in Chía, a posh town outside Bogotá, and is apparently amazing. This one, known as Andrés D.C., is also incredible - it has about four levels, and is filled with random bric-a-brac and hearts. Each floor has a name - hell, earth, purgatory and heaven! Each table has a name rather than a number, and the menu is like a novel. Diana and I met Santiago and Maria ...
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