Hotel Richmond Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I look down and realised the sheer horror of what was happening. I threw it away discreetly, as not to offend, after nearly throwing up this hardboiled monstrosity in the taxi queue. I eventually got to the front and was given my ticket for taxi 669 to ‘La Candeleria’ in downtown Bogota. Driver seemed nice enough, not much English, but just about equalling out my level of Spanish. 40 minutes passed, which I thought was odd for a 20 minute taxi ...
... to the ones I had in Argentina. I chilled out in one of the hostel's hammocks and eventually caught a taxi to the bus terminal later that night for a bus to Medellin. The terminal was a lot different to the others I had visited. This one had a casino and even a flash waiting room. When it came time to catch my bus I couldn't figure out which gate I was supposed to be at. Just by fluke I ended up at the correct one. I got settled and tried to get some sleep.
... it's only a couple of hours) have been so sweet and kind. After checking in we took a very quick walk round La Candelaria, which is where we are staying. It was a bit overwhelming and we got a little culture shock. There are police absolutely everywhere and we are assured it's safe, but we mustn't show off any valuables or take much money out. Tomorrow I'm sure we will settle in well. There are indeed the odd ...
They live remotely and for obvious reasons don't trust others, especially white men. I had read extensively about them, heard that they had let a few people visit their villages in the mountains. Besides a very traditional way of life, animist beliefs and isolation, they chew the coca leaf as part of their culture, they see it as vital. The main reason they come down to this little town of Palomino is to gather sea shells that they crush into the mineral lime, which they ...
... colonial buildings, and is certainly less touristy than Colombia's other colonial town attractions.
Ella and I visited two museums, both of them previous homes to well known Colombians, one of whom, Guillermo Valencia, was a poet and father to one of Colombia's presidents and the other, Mosquera, a previous Colombian president who had served four terms. Popayan, interestingly seems to breed influential Colombians.
In addition to Ella, I met ...