Hotel Morrison 84
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... got home from work right before I needed to leave, so we said our goodbyes and I took a cab to the bus station. Yet again, I had an awesome cab driver. We chatted the whole way to the station. I'm really impressed by the warmth and friendliness of this country. It makes the USA look like a bunch of close-minded ********. Colombians are awesome! I then boarded my bus at 11 and passed out for the entire ...
... br> 8 components of the burial ritual analyzed by anthropologist Gerardo Reichel-Dolmatoff:
1. Verbalization of the cemetery as the “village of Death” and as the“ceremonial house of Death”; verbalization of the burial pit as a “house” and as a “uterus.”
2. Flexed position of the corpse, placed in a carrying net, with a rope tied to the hair.
The net represents the placenta of the uterus, which ...
After the trip in Indonesia I stayed about 10 days in the cold Netherlands.
On the 22nd of March I flew from Amsterdam to Bogota via Houston. I stopped the day in Houston to visit my friend Thiemen and his Lana. He showed me his collection of rock crawlers he is building (stripped Unimogs). Nice to see them again at the place they are living.
After dinner I flew to Bogotá.
I arrived Monday morning in Bogotá. What a nice city is Bogotá!! I really did not expect it to ...
Woke up early. Breakfast. Gave in laundry. Walked to bus terminal. Worked out how to catch metro to norte terminal. From here we caught a bus to zipaquira. In zipaquira we caught a taxi to the sal cathderal. Sal cathedral was interesting. Got a ingless tour guide. Very gimmicky. Had 13/14 carvings depicting christs crucification and resurrection. Then there was a chapel, penitence ...
... thinking. Our guide asked us if we wanted to do Columbia's national past time, "sure" we said so we were taken to an all local establishment were left to play "Tejo" for about an hour. Tejo is basically a game where you end up with drunk people throwing lead weights across a room trying to blow up explosive chips. It's like horse shoes but you throw weights about fifty feet into a mud target box. Buried in the center of the ...