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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Well, being honest we had actually brought a pre-mixed rum and coke in Lucy's bag and ended up finishing it off in the restaurant (hence we found ourselves buying another little carton of rum in the newsagents and drinking it there)... The club was average, played OK music but there were more locals than gringos there. It was still good fun though. Our time in Bogota had come to an end, and the start of our journey to the World Cup was beginning with our flight to Leticia in the ...
... on the amazing underground Salt Cathedral of ZipaquirŠ. Around 1932, salt miners had carved a sanctuary, as a place for their daily prayers asking for the protection of the saints before starting their dangerous work. Later the construction of a bigger project was begun: the Salt Cathedral which was inaugurated in 1954 and dedicated to Our Lady of Rosary, the Patron Saint of miners. It was composed of three naves and a monumental cross but, as the church was carved ...
So after a great time in Chile I was excited but also slightly apprehensive about reaching Colombia. I had a funny start to my time in Bogota when I asked a lady which bus to get to the centre of town and ended up spending the next hour and a half with her. 1 hour on the bus plus about half an hour of trapezing around trying to find my hostel. The streets are very hard to understand in Bogota but I kept saying I'm fine don't worry I will find it but ...
... s friends, who greeted us, most appropriately, with a bottle of Aguardiente (more on Aguardiente later).
With a more than sufficient picnic sorted we caught the bus from Portal del Norte in Bogota to the wee town of Guatavita (2 hours and about 20,000 COP for the 4 of us). From here we began the hike to the Laguna. Beginning the hike we were all pretty naive about how long it would take, 7km didnīt really seem that long. An hour or so on walking in the ...
... the only map he did have, where the hostel was! Anyway, met this Colombian couple and their son ended up dropping me back. Thank God as I was way off!
Day 73: This was the start of my journey home so I just repacked Alf, left more stuff behind! My bag is lighter going home than coming over. Very glad to get rid of some of the clothes that I've been looking at for nearly 3 months. Had some pizza for lunch with Lily and Tiffany in the hostel and headed to the airport.