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... height: 22.5px; margin: 0px; padding: 0px;">We walked up the street to the music and were just in time for 6.20am bus to Armenia via the small village of Caucacia. Armenia seemed relatively modern with some nice houses and a big army base. The bus route didn't seem so direct and we pretty much saw whole town from the bus. Despite still being early on a Sunday, people were out cycling and jogging - this is the first place in Colombia we have seen people indulging in sport other ...
... city. The cathedral, parliament and other major government building sit on or near the square. The president’s house is much bigger and grander than 10 Downing street and his presidential guards have very silly white backpacks that just look odd. Bogota has a huge amount of really cool graffiti but there’s also lots over old statues and areas where it’s just not cool or right.
The people are ...
... else all over Colombia though, and the guide said that
ultimately it will probably reopen as people feel it is part of their heritage.
We saw the matadors practising. What could be more useful and realistic than
your mate running at you with horns taped on to a wheelbarrow eh?!! That is precisely
how they practise! To be fair the guy with the wheelbarrow could turn on a
sixpence, and was quite energetic, but I can’t imagine it really ...
... on these. I have done my research and there are actually three reasons for this ...
Reason #1: Since it rained our first day in Bogota, I thought I had it figured out. There can be sudden storms, with a lot of water. And you are on the side of a really big mountain. Rainwater collects in the streets -- and big curbs hold the water there until it finds sewers (rather than flooding buildings). So this does make a lot of sense ...
... through the crowds, Justin's bag was twice unzipped! Luckily there was nothing in that pocket to take. We were looking for somewhere to have lunch but most restaurants seemed to be closed because of the holiday. We misread the map and stumbled into an area that we immediately realised was dodgey. We saw people walking past and exchanging money through handshakes and not a 'gringo' in sight. We quickly did a u-turn and got out of there! We stopped at a bus station to ...
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