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... bags and Dylan the
guitar. We hit another security which we had to pass and then to the
gate....we ran and ran and ran....we got to the gate and no one was
there everyone had already boarded...breathing deeply we passed our
boarding passes to the check in girl and boarded....we sat on the ground
for another 30 minutes...I think waiting for our bags as all arrived
well in Cartagena.
... internet connection for three days. We spent all morning catching up on details. We prepared and sent out the Holy Day bulletins and the Sabbath bulletins for the congregations in the Carolinas. We prepared the Friday evening announcements for the Colombian congregations.
We took a break for lunch at 1 PM. The restaurant was packed. We waited a few minutes and then we were able to grab a ...
... quick birdīs eye view of Bogota we caught a taxi down to La Candelaria, the historic district of the city. I really loved this area. Down in the lower hills of the city there were narrow, cobble-stoned streets, beautiful churches, and brightly colored colonial homes. It was very romantic and also very unexpected. La Candelaria is also home to most of the museums that I was told we should visit so we started first at the Museo Botero. Botero was ...
We slept through till 8 o'clock minus a short wake just before midnight and we had of sworn it was after 3am.. We decided to take the graffiti walking tour so we could get familiar with some of the city and find out some good places to go and see while we were there. It went for 2 and a half hours and was by donation of 10,000 - 20,000 COP.. The guy that took us was really good at explaining all the graffiti/artwork around the place and it made us realise ...
... love it) apparently they get really shocked.
Overall, I enjoyed staying with Ale and her family in Bogota, and there certainly are some lovely parts of the city when you find them, but I am definitely looking forward to getting to some smaller places in Colombia where I’m sure the people will be friendlier again.
After taking a long 9 (should-have-been-6) hour bus from Bogota to Armenia, through the beautiful Colombian ...