Hotel Morrison 84
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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There were a few firsts on Friday night - my first margherita, the first time the lovely Victoria had ever made one (I had two, just so she could practice...) ;o) , my first chicha, and the first time I've gone for drinks in a semi converted bowling alley where they played music so loud it tried to deafen me even through the toilet paper I'd shoved into my ears. That does actually work as a filter though, if you ever find yourself in such a place. Friday ...
We took off from Quito on time and landed at Bogota, also on time. We had about an hour to spend before boarding time for the second leg to Rio.
Bogota was a large, modern airport with lots of shopping opportunities for those who needed them but we didn't have any time (or local money). Our gate was number 52 and was at the end of a long straight line of gates and two floors below the main concourse. Once arrived at the gate a different pace ...
... churches. But more interestingly – there are some strange things that seem to go on outside churches, at least in Medellin: in front of one is a popular area for prostitutes and solicitation, behind another is the spot for homosexual prostitution, and next to another is a key spot for buying pirated DVDs, including a lot of porn. What an interesting country Colombia is…
Overnight bus to CARTAGENA
Arrive exhausted to El Viajero hostel
... bus out to Andres Carnes de Res (the one in Chia) - a huge steak restaurant that turns into a big party on a Saturday night with about 2,000 people going crazy. This was so big it's even called out specifically in its own box in the a Lonely Planet. We decided to make the most of the last day before getting the 11pm party bus - by going up Mount Monserrate and then heading out for a game of Tejo. Mount Monserrate is a large mountain towering at up to 3,200 meters above sea level in ...
... an hour later, after a bit of craziness trying to pick the best bus in a busy terminal, we hit the road. We really thought, and had been promised that this was a direct bus to Cartagena, it turned out to be false marketing, many stops were to come. Who cared, we were on the road and loving it. We zipped past shrimp boats and oyster farms of inland bays, nearing the large town of Baranquilla. As we passed through it, it looked rather spartan and ugly, I'm sure there were nicer parts ...