Hotel Centro Internacional
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... off and we were on our way. He was pretty vague about how much it was going to cost but said about 24000 or something. He drove like an absolute lunatic and my favourite part was that he had put blue and red flashing lights in his taxi and a siren like a police car. He was zooming down the highway and flashing his lights and siren trying to pull cars over so he could get through. The whole time I was amused by how illegal this all was.
... that every single spot of mud is washed away for the bus journey back. Getting washed by a strange women in a lake costs an extra 3000 peso but to be honest it was so hilariously funny that it will be the part of the trip that we will talk about for years to come.We returned home to our hostel squeaky clean and still laughing about the entire experience. There was a yoga class (pay by donation) organised back in the hostel on the roof top at 6 so we went along to that which was such ...
... Gold museum). The Botero museum was free and the oro cost less than 1 pound. The quality was really, really good and I enjoyed it.
The colours - Columbia is a colourful country and I took photos of many houses that were purple, orange, green, pink or blue. It has a vibrancy, an excitement and edge to it a real flavour of Latin America.
La Candelaria - This is a beautiful area of Bogota and I took a free guided tour around the place in ...
... there "running" . A Quick check of the watch stated 1925, 10 minutes to departure time with an entire airport, boarding control, security and 17 gates to cross. A few nice guards and bumps into travellers later I eventually got to the gate where they just took my boarding pass, gave me a laminated card with big red letters on it and said VAS CORRIENDO! (go running!). I Sprinted down the hallway shouting "Espera! ESPERA!!", and at the end ...
... and Magdalena river valleys (to the west and east respectively) and including the cities of Medellín, Manizales, Pereira and Armenia; and the Cordillera Oriental, extending north east to the Guajira Peninsula and including Bogotá, Bucaramanga and Cúcuta.East of the Andes lies the savanna of the Llanos, part of the Orinoco ...