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... and found my hotel really easily. It’s a tiny town, so there wasn’t much room to get lost. Hotel El Solar is really nice, especially for the money. It’s only £13 a night for a king room with a private bathroom to myself. You can’t beat that. I headed out to get some lunch and found this really cool place that had about thirty different kinds of wraps. I had one of the weirdest, but ...
... about politics,culture and history whilst listening to local music which he diligently records on CD from his record collection at home and hands them to his guests as a little reminder of his country.He loves jazz and he was humming away merrily to Tommy Dorsey and his band banging out old Glen Miller classics,his enthusiasm remained continuous even in the appalling night time traffic of Bogota which wound like an angry beeping snake into the centre of town,its ...
... by many to be the nicest in Colombia. From Barichara we followed the Camino Real, or Royal Road to Guane. (Oddly enough, this bumpy road made of hand placed stones and frequented by Christians this time of year was constructed by a German in the mid-1800s.) I normally aim to walk five miles daily when I'm traveling, and I've surpassed that during the past two weeks. Needless to say, while getting my legs into better shape ...
... didn't want to just go back and forth between Canada and one location in Latin America so they pick a different country or two each winter to explore. That's more up my alley. Another thing this beautiful town has is many weaving and craft shops. If it ever stops raining today, I'll go have a look. I `bought some lovely earrings for $3-4 yesterday, but need to keep away from the beautiful shawls, sweaters and clothing. No more room in the mid-size backpack.
... I had written down the route on a piece of paper and we had to change at a station called 'calle 26.' I had written it down as CL 26 bit had written the 'L' too close to the 26 so on the bus when I checked I read it as '126' and thought we had to change at calle 126 instead of 26. Unfortunately there is a calle 126, so before I realised the error of my ways we were on the outskirts of Bogota. ****. We had to spend the next half ...