Hotel Centro Internacional
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... definately cheaper than the US or Australia. I also enjoyed having Obleas, Bandeja Paisa, Pechuga plaga, Ajiacco and other interesting local dishes. I did fall short of trying rat in Ipiales however!
Las Lajas cathedral - The cathedral in Ipiales is incredible. It is actually buillt across 2 mountains! The outside and inside are both wonderfully decorated and the cathedral was packed for the local service. There is a waterfall by the cathedral and if you ...
... did, we all made our way to the museum. The rain has joined us once again. Papel dropped us off just around the corner from the entrance of the museum and he went to park. The rains picked up as we headed inside. Papel arrived just as it started to downpour. We start our tour of the museum at, well, the cafe! We were all in need of a bite to eat so we ordered coffee, ...
... 160;So, here we are. The service is about to begin and John heads up to prepare with the worship team. Moments later the sanctuary is filled and the praise music begins. After announcements, tithes, and offerings, we watch a short video about David and Goliath. The pastor preaches about giants in our lives and how we need to trust God to see us through these seemingly impossible odds. As the service ended the ...
... a Spanish course and know nearly nothing. It turns out that I know quite a bit more than Ash, so today was pretty much just a review to figure out what we already know. I think it’ll be a good way to pick up a few lessons, while I’m learning from Rosetta Stone as ...
... I drink some tap water. Tap water in the cities is drinkable! However, they use a lot of chlorine and I don't like the taste. So I give in and take the bottle out of our fridge.
I have the start of a little headache, I bet it's a combination of dehydration and the high altitude.
They warn you that you may get dizzy and/or tired from the high altitude in Bogota. We didn't notice it yesterday.
We did today when walking up hills. It's ...