Hotel Dann Carlton Bogota
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- Continental Breakfast
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... getting a bit worried! It ended up being a fairly quick, yet slow in the traffic, drive to the airport. Taking half an hour to drive just 8 miles. I had a great day in the city! I saw so much in such a short space of time. Glad I wasn't staying longer, not the most exciting of cities! Colombians and people who have been in the country too long have to pay a tax to leave. If you've only visited for a short (I didn't find out how long 'short' was) then you don't need to ...
... fruit). After dinner, Wafaa came to the hostel with Carol and we hung out listening to John Butler music from my speaker. An Australian guy at the hostel heard the music and told me he used to see John Butler busking on the streets back in Australia before John Butler got big. He then grabbed a hostel guitar and started playing some John Butler tunes so I joined in and it turned into a full out jam sesh. ...
... take a visit to the Salt Cathedral in Zipaquirá, a town an hour to north of Bogotá, using public transport. First we took Transmilenio bus from pretty much the very south of Bogotá to Portal del Norte which is actually the very north of Bogotá. Even with the buses having their own dedicated buslines and stops like metro, it took an hour to get to our destination. Unlike a metro in likes of London where routes have dedicated lines and platforms, ...
... economy in South America after Brazil and Argentina in terms of GDP (PPP).
It has also been dogged by corruption, cocaine cartels and extremely violent internal struggles in its modern history.At the same time it has a plethora of libraries and universities and has been nicknamed the “Athens Of South America”.In 1990 it had one of the worst murder rates in the world and was a virtual no go area for tourists and indeed tourists that did go were ...
“Graffiti is one of the few tools you have if you have almost nothing. And even if you don't come up with a picture to cure world poverty you can make someone smile while they're having a ****.” Banksy My first day in Bogotá did the Bogotá bike tour, Julie (who I met at Hay) and Eryn (who met in Medellin and was also in Solento) were both on it too. Edgar, the guide, took us round the emerald district, city centre and told us stories about Simon ...