Hotel Emaus Bogota
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... der Reise betrachtete ich nur in welchen Länder man ein Visa braucht und in welchen nicht. Nun musste ich rasch ein Ausreiseticket kaufen da der Flug in knapp eineinhalb Stunden starten würde. Nach dem man mich zu zwei verschiedenen Airline gelotst hatte war ich aber nicht weiter. Keine der beiden Airlines fliegt Suriname an. Meine letzte Hoffnung war ein Reisebüro im Flughafen. Dieses betrat ich eine Stunde vor Abflug ...
Struggled to get up the mojitos from the night before were more vicious that I had thought! Alex was ok though. Left Cartagena and flew back to Bogota. A bit of mess up with rooms but the a room for the night was found for us. We then headed for lunch at a great lunch cafe - ...
... of a sudden it split
and we were asked to go to some newly opened kiosks and we were 4th in
line. Dylan said the travel angels are with us.
The officer was
very nice as we gave him our Canadian passports. He looked and said do
you have any other passport from another country? I said yes we had UK
passports and therefore the UK did not have to pay the recipericol fee
(like Argentina ...
... system and one current for the country. The collection of coins and bank notes was incredible. Everything from the early gold and silver coins, to the introduction of other metals to make coins. The coins were made with lesser grade metals as the Colombians were trading and exporting the gold and silver coins overseas or hoarding them. The introduction of bank notes was not welcomed as people did not see how paper money could be worth more than the gold or silver, the government ...
... of trendy looking neighbourhoods, equipped with an abundance of street art and hipster types sat around smoking cigarettes and laying about on patches of grass. i met the guys at around 3.30pm, and we proceeded to get unexpectedly drunk on strong beers, before a quick wobbly trip to the supermarket so I could buy all the necessary ingredients to make a curry back at the hostel. And a bottle of red wine, of course. That evening I cooked, and we all just got drunk ...