Hotel Richmond Suites
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... than looking at grey concrete walls. We went through the red light district, it's legal here, and heard some history about the more violent assassination part of the political history. We went to the fruit market and tried a ton of different fruits, all South American, some we know some we didn't. Overall we're pleasantly surprised by Bogota. I was expecting it to be a lot grimier and less appealing. They have a green bus system. Green in both senses. I think they're ...
... berries. We made it back around midday for a final lunch and then headed back to Santa Marta for the evening. Overall the walk was challenging but extremely rewarding. It certainly cleared the body and soul (as promised by our guide) after a week of just lazing around the coast. Minca After a night in Santa Marta we decided to recover back in the Sierra Nevada's foothills heading to a small town called Minca most famous for bird watching... On day one we headed to ...
... usually only briefly and it passed very quickly. We only got really wet when attempting to cycle to see the sunrise at Tongariki, but that day was the worst we had. It could be a little cool in the evenings but was mostly warm.
The only downside was the lack of satellite TV and very slow internet which meant I couldn't watch Liverpool play, and beat (WE ARE GOING TO WIN THE LEAGUE!!), Manchester City. ...
Colombia has a lottery. The jackpot has now reached $55,500,000,000 Colombian Pesos (yes, they put a $ symbol in front). The current exchange rate is approx $1970 COP to $1 US. I have not calculated the exchange, but I can imagine the number in dollars is still fairly high. Taxes are due, of course, reaching about 30%. At least we would have plenty of Mil pesos (Mil means thousand in Spanish) What do you think? Should we buy a ticket? Money ...
... wonderful country. Fernando Botero is a local celebrity and a world wide acclaimed artist. He donated most of the work exhibited in this place. There are three museums in this complex, including the Museo de la Moneda and the Art Museum which features works by Picasso and Monet.
Our third day saw us visit the northern part of town, a more trendy higher class section that included fancier restaurants and cleaner ...