Holiday Inn Bogota Airport
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... the sides, the center and the top of the burial pit. This placement relates to the sacred points: North/South/East/West/Zenith/Nadir/Cent er
6.Verbalization of the offerings as “food for the dead.”The dead not only consist of ancestors, but also mythical beings of the masters of plants and animals. Eating this offering has a close relationship with sexual intercourse. The food symbolizes male semen and also the fertilization of the supernatural being and thus ...
... nice. I stayed in La Candelaria, the old colonial part of the city. Bogotá is very cultural, there are many museums, almost for free, and they are well set-up. The temperature is nice if you are just arriving from Europe (not too warm). It is also nice to walk up the 700 meters (height) of the hill next to it. Good view over the city!!
On Wednesday evening I flew to Cali. After seeing the city from the taxi and walking around in the neighbourhood I was staying at I decided to go ...
... like fried plantains, fried meat & seafood, this is your place.
Culture - I'm not sure I ever noticed a distinctive "Columbian" culture. Consumerism is rampant and they seem to want the same things as Americans. There was the "big butt style" which I've not seen anywhere else. The country is very young so it seem more of a metling pot of other cultures than something unique.
... and the Santuario de Monserrate (a church at 3150m above sea level, perched on a hill above Bogotá). Although both were interesting(ish), the Salt Cathedral was primarily memorable for the hilarious poses that Colombians like to do for photos. The best was a guy in tight jeans who posed for a photo with his foot on a high rock. Kes subsequently recreated this pose at every opportunity. Monserrate was memorable for the absolutely ridiculously tiring walk ...
At the end of the tour we had some free time to explore the plantation. At this time we came across our first iguana hanging out on a tree. His camo was working for him as he was a tough bugger to spot.
With the coffee plantation behind us ...