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... for what we assume is possibly school assignments of some sort, before heading on as we had seen enough and ticked that 'thing to do in Bogota' off the list. By this stage, the street was starting to heat up and we see plenty of markets, food stalls, drinks stalls, juicers, performers, you name it, they were there. But we came across a guy with 5 guinea pigs lined up at his feet with about 20 upside down pet food bowls with an entrance cut into it. He was speaking ...
... it was the right address. Knocked on the door. Bouncer let us in. Paid about 30k for entrance and got a paper wrist band and off we went into the throng. There was a bumping sound system in the middle of the upper level in a room that was like a glass box. The kitchen had bar staff. This was a really well organised house party and seemed to be populated with well-off kids of Bogota.. (Rollo's as they call them. Anything to do with King Rollo?) Definitely not ...
... we spotted a policeman who explained to us that the 8th of December was a national holiday in Colombia (“Feast of the Immaculate Conception”). From the Parque de los Periodistas we had a great view at the Mirador Monserrate (Monserrate Look Out Point) on top of the mountain overlooking Bogota which is said to be a dormant volcano where spirits roam. Unfortunately we couldnīt climb up the mountain due to lack of time.
That morning Bogota ...
... which were 400 years old and the art galleries which are all linked together and built around a very large old Spanish style house with large open air garden courtyards. The highlight was the Gold museum which has the most gold objects we have ever seen all of which are items that were pre Spanish Columbian civilisations which somehow survived the Spanish rip off. It makes you wonder how much there was around before ...
... chief of the Muisca native people of Colombia, who as an initiation rite, covered himself with gold dust and dove from a golden raft into Lake Guatavita while his attendants threw trinkets made of gold, emeralds and precious stones into the lake. The goal of the greedy was to find this lake and pilfer it without shame. Unfortunately the lake was indeed found and many of the treasures were melted down in the name of the Spanish Empire. On the other hand, despite ...