Hotel America Bogota
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... to do.) I hadn´t originally planned to go to Bogota. We were really interested in Cartagena and the island of Providencia, but had originally planned to spend some time in Medellin for our central stay in the country, but the flights to the islands were much cheaper from Bogota, and I´m really glad we went there. Anyway, Jon and I had a friend who had worked at the International School in Bogota for a few years so we had peppered her beforehand ...
... rock pews to pray on. It was the most interesting church I have been in. We brought the additional entry into the salt museum, where we watched a ****** movie with images floating across the screen for 5 mins then we left. Then we found the archeological museum which was literally 3 rooms with ceramics it glass cabinets. It was over pretty quickly. So back on the buses we went. The trip back was a lot quicker than the way there. We finished the night on a bus to Salento and the coffee ...
It was at Orlando airport when we first learnt of the 'proof of onward travel' policy to allow entry to Colombia. Oops. As we blatantly did not have this as we hadn't got onward travel booked we had a problem, 5am is not a good time to present such an obstacle. We eventually resolved it with a call to another airline and a 'booking' with them so got on our way ok. A brief stop in Fort Lauderdale and 3 1/2 hours later we could see Colombia's lush landscape forming below us. Bogotá's ...
... the Great Mother and have no need of entering the temple. There are also women priests in the villages.
All consultations are done with Mamas, and many of the decisions are based on their wisdom and knowledge. Many Kogi marriages are arranged by Mamas to ensure the most fruitful communities. Marriages are not forced, and the buying or selling of women is not permitted, although women as young as 14 can be married and have children. The Kogi do not allow the mistreatment ...
... there was half a chicken and a whole cob of maize! - went up to a church 3200m above sea level (Monserrate) and had amazing views of the city, with the added bonus of riding both the funicular and the cable car. Boy was it steep! - the gold museum was absolutely phenomenal; the wealth that must be in that building! Saw the El Dorado raft and a magical light and sound display depicting the story of a tribe and the sacredness of the gold. - indecisive ...