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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Bogota! Colombia! COLD!!
We hadn't plan to stay here anyway, but booked one night just to get time to plan the stay in Colombia little better. Not much to say, it was really COLD! about 14 degrees both outside and inside, and it were raining. Thats kind of it. Oh yeah, we ...
... stop was a set of natural pools. These had a blue-green hue, due to the sulphur present and unfortunately we weren't allowed to swim in them. At the first pool, Manolo felt the mud under his feet and went a little berserk, ran around, stuck his face in the water and blew bubbles, and eventually ended up executing a perfect dive into the water. He then proceeded to roll in as much dust as possible, changing himself from a lovely blonde to a very dirty brown colour. ...
... to just wander around a bit, sip on a good espresso, drink a beer on a bench in front of a cafe and let time pass by. If you look closely at the buildings you'll find lots of fossils in the walls and pavements as the area here is also known for its marine fossils from the time when the area was still underwater. On a morning bike ride we visited the most spectacular fossil they found here called El Fosil! It is a 120 million year old baby Kronosaurus of 7 meters long but ...
... changes constantly in terms of rain or sun. It's common to rotate between rain and sun 3-5 times in a day, and the change can be very sudden. Whereas in the Midwest you can see rain clouds coming from a ways off, here it can be sunny and blue sky and then a complete downpour can start just minutes later. If you ever come to visit, be sure to pack layers and an umbrella!
Question: How big is Bogotá?
Answer: Bogotá is a very ...
... formal, and easily understood Spanish.
On top of that, the part of the city where I met Sarah and Mike for brunch (Sarah is a relative who has lived in Bogotá for 2 1/2 years (she's the daughter of my mom's cousin (so my cousin once-removed? (so Mike is my cousin-once-removed-in-law?)))) could have easily been a street mall in San Francisco or Denver or New York. It was all pristine, with fancy bars and cafes on all sides. We wandered up the escalators of a ...