Hotel Emaus Bogota
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... and kept the party going till 6 am (which is fun and great until the next day when its not).
We enjoyed the views of the city from the previous night so much that the following morning we decided to climb up to the top of Cerro de Monserrate. Now despite that we were so well rested from the night before, Bogota's elevation is slightly above 8,300 feet and Cerro de Monserrate's elevation is around 10,300 feet and most of our homes are at good ole sea level ...
... part of Bogotá, where we met up with her friend Mileda. The three of us went to a local micro brew house for beers... I forgot what real beer tasted like and the red ale I drank reminded me of Vermont. So good! The taxis don't run to where Mayra lives late at night and the busses were done for the night so we went to Mileda's place and crashed there. The smell of cat litter was a bit overwhelming but the drinks made sleep ...
... us cordially to pass through. We walked on, no dangerous people but we were nearly attacked by an aggressive bull. We edged backward slowly away from the bull, down the embankment to the pretty little river. We jumped in the water and waded downstream toward the sea. This was a lovely place, mountains and hills in the distance, no other travelers around, just a few locals fishing and frolicking in the water with their families.
The water was about 2-3 feet deep, ...
... when I got to Bogota. I went to 3 different ATM's and none would let me have cash out! Great I thought, stuck with very little cash. I was in luck though as Quito airport had free wifi, I managed to Skype the bank, and they had put my card on stop as they thought it was being used fraudulently, after a short conversation with them, my card worked again after 5 mins! Phew! The flight to Bogota, bumpy but uneventful, I got there on time and was checking ...
... eventually came to move on from Bogota. On 3 March I ventured to the bus station for an eight hour bus ride to the small town of Salento, in the coffee country of Colombia. I had two German girls on the bus with me who were going the same way, so we stuck together throughout the duration of the trip.
I spent my first day in Salento tending to mundane admin and strolling around the cute little town, taking in its beautiful surroundings. As a non coffee ...