Hotel Centro Internacional
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Today was my last day in Bogota. I spent the morning packing up my things and getting ready to head out. I left my bags at the hotel and went to the bus terminal to get my ticket for tonight. I’m taking an 18 hour bus ride from Bogota to Pasto. It’s a little expensive ($116,000 pesos (£40)), but I have a really nice bus with the company Bolivariano. It has wifi, that actually works, ...
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large it was. We had a coffee at a restaurant up the top which had great views
over the city. We then headed back to the Platypus before meeting up with the 2
girls who were joining the tour for the second half. We went to dinner with the
entire group at a classy restaurant nearby and had the soup made with different
starch vegetables capers, avocado and chicken which was very nice but very
expensive for Colombia.
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None believeth in the soul of man, but only in some man or person old and departed. Ah me! no man goeth alone. All men go in flocks to this saint or that poet, avoiding the God who seeth in secret. They cannot see in secret; they love to be blind in public. ...
We had arrived in Colombia and it was time to explore Bogota on our first full day of travel in South America. Before wandering down to the major sights we were warned that we should be careful around the Plaza as last night there were protests that turned violent. As we found out over the internet farmers had held peaceful protests and a few non farmers decided to turn the protest violent. There was as we discovered throughout the day grafitti and paint ...