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... to the hostel as we didn't want to return after dark. It seems that in La Candeleria, even the locals leave the streets before dark so you wouldn't want to be wandering around there at night!
Tuesday 16th July
First night at Yolandes was pretty cold but we got a good nights sleep. Yolande makes you feel like you are part of the family and welcomes you into her hostel. She knocked on the door in the morning to ask if we'd like coffee. As I can't seem to ...
... to change busses. I jumped off at the end and was less than a mile from where I had started. I decided to be adventurous and go straight for some local food. I walked down a side street that had some places to eat. I place at the end was full of pilots and nicely dressed business men thought the establishment certainly did not meet these standards. I figured this was a good place to start; timid and exhausted I sat in the corner, and looking at the menu tried ...
... could be taking up by doing your washing haha. life is good but there is a recurring problem with my travels and that is MOSQUITOS. i love what i am doing but the mosquitos are making it very difficult i ( am a mess with them and surprise i am the worst out of every1 to the point where they got me tested for malaria (which im hoping is fine). repelants dont work, covering up doesnt work, garlic capsuals dont ...
... and I was able to negociate the price down (which is customary here). The ride was long and hot.
At the bu terminal they had ensured me: 5, no longer than 6 hours. But I knew better. It turned out to take 7.5 hours.
In Bogotá after driving in the city for half an hour, we spent another half hour in one area trying to pick up more passengers. The advantage was that we could buy snacks from vendors who came to the minibus.
... town, but we were in a bike gang so all good! Then things got interesting, peddled through the red light district and transvestite area of town. Can immediately see the difference when you hit the red light area. Prostitution is only legal in certain areas of Bogota. The red light district is one, and is the only area where the prostitutes are allowed to be out in the public area. It is some sort of social custom bill or something like that. The other designated areas, they can't ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility