Hotel Dann Carlton Bogota
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... is almost everything has been spraypainted. The tunnels and walls along the major roads were covered in art, and nothing else is off-limits, from statues to windows to "Para" signs.
I returned without a SIM card, laid down, and fell asleep. I woke up and it was fully night time, so I figured I would write this and peace out again. Tomorrow I'll check out some of the museums and maybe head to my new friend's tae-kwon-do dealio ...
... as salt was a major product. It was 2 pm when we left the cathedral and in town we had a great set lunch which included the local soup called arjioca made of 3 types of potato, chicken and coriander. This was followed byva main of chicken, stuffed capsicum and rice. Lunch is the main meal of the day here. The streets were becoming louder with revellers getting ready for the game at 3pm as we decided to try to get back to Bogota by bus. This proved to be a very quick ...
... berries. We made it back around midday for a final lunch and then headed back to Santa Marta for the evening. Overall the walk was challenging but extremely rewarding. It certainly cleared the body and soul (as promised by our guide) after a week of just lazing around the coast. Minca After a night in Santa Marta we decided to recover back in the Sierra Nevada's foothills heading to a small town called Minca most famous for bird watching... On day one we headed to ...
... caught a bus then metro to town and back. Chris has found a replacement for his jandals, we got quite good at asking the shop keepers if they had "muy grande zandales" (very large sandals). Tomorrow we head to a more central hostel called the Black Sheep, run by a kiwi guy, we have 2 nights there, including New Years and on the 1st Jan we head to Cali. So this is probably all you'll get from us until next year. Happy New Year to you all!
... the church. On Sunday I woke early an rented a bike from my hostel. Every Sunday the city closes a bunch of major streets for "ciclovia." People bike, run, and roller skate through the city on these closed streets. Bogota is the first city in a developing country to do this. They have hundreds of kilometers of bike paths open everyday, and on Sundays they add the large streets. It is very festive and healthy, with people getting their exercise and enjoying ...