Hotel Dann Carlton Bogota
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... in 1948 (Colombians like to assassinate people). This started an uproar and the movement of La Violencia. He was buried standing up as to grow the roots of his ideals into the country. Went into a not so nice part of town. Stopped in a little area where the have replicas of statues from San Augustine, one of the only places where they have found such things. No one really know what they mean. The tour must come by here often. Four young boys saw us coming and ran down as ...
... made last Feast here, and we made new ones. We tried and did new things, and grew in the process. We had many wonderful messages to help us to develop Godly character, and to become better children of God. It was sad to say good bye, but knowing that I will most likely return in the future, made it much easier to leave our brothers and sisters in Colombia. We have made some great memories that will carry us through till the next time we ...
... animals have so few natural predators and have no reason to be afraid of humans.
Each day we went snorkling to check out the local marine life. There's a wide variety of this too. Admittedly what we saw here probably isn't as interesting as what can be found on the Great Barrier Reef. However, what you can't have at the Great Barrier Reef is Sea Lions and Galapagos Penguins swimming past you less than a meter away and neither can you ...
... next to toilets in Colombia are a big deal, they don’t flush paper down
the toilet, and they instead throw the paper-with-waste-attached in the bin. I
disinfected the **** (literally) out of that wallet afterwards.
So of course I went home immediately to cancel my cards, send an abusive
message from Skype to my phone and tried to calm down. The phone itself wasn’t
a big deal to have lost. My ex had given ...
... I had seen in the Museo de Oro, and I was seriously tempted to buy some earrings! We also saw an amusing duo of salsa singer and dancer, as well as a harmonica player and a xylophonist. There was a cute little square, where some women in traditional Colombian dress invited us in to a 'feria del café' or coffee fair. As well as various talks and cultural programmes, the whole second floor was dedicated to stalls of various brands of ...
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