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Our journey from San Agustin was lengthy. We started by being dropped by our hostel owner to the centre of San Agustin. Then we took a collectivo to Pitalito, which took about 40 minutes. We did the rounds of the bus companies we knew were going to Bogota, and some we didn't previously know about, as we were looking for a big bus leaving soon. No such bus existed. We could wait for two and a half hours til the next one, but decided to leave sooner rather than later ...
... not the bleeding one! Another day of rest in Cali with various tablets followed, and then it was time to head towards Ecuador feeling weak but much better than a week ago.
We stopped for one night in Popayan and had a brief wander around the small town with its whitewashed buildings and then headed on to the border town of Ipiales for another night. Before heading into Ecuador, we took a quick trip to Las Lajas church ...
... a main square in La Candeleria (historic part of Bogota) featuring te Palace of Justine where the supreme court sits (a fairly modenr building that replaced the ruins of the previus building destroyed during an attempt by the army to take the building), the National capitol building where Congress sits, the Mayor's building, and the Catedral Primada. We decided to go into the Cathedral and havea look. It's pretty nice inside, with one standout feature being a 3D foot in one of ...
... the child's mother care for, feed, train, and teach the child to attune to "Aluna" before the boy enters the outside world. Through deep concentration, symbolic offerings, and divination, the Mamas believe they support the balance of harmony and creativity in the world. It is also in this realm that the essence of agriculture is nurtured: seeds are blessed in Aluna before being planted, to ensure they grow successfully; marriage is
blessed to ensure fertility; and ceremonies ...
... Kept looking for the Customs scanning etc - but next thing I know I am out in the public area not an official to be seen.
The flight was early as well so I waited about 30 minutos before I spied Esperanza walking towards me.
We then waited for her sister Maria Christina to join us and we went for breakfast.
Then back to the apartment and at last I managed to get some sleep. We had lunch, then Maria Christina had to go to work.
It was good to be back in Bogota.