Hotel Estelar De La Feria
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... the effort.
I would recommend Colombia to my experienced travel friends and those who wouldnt panic if they did lose a backpack or wallet ( difficult I know) and want to see a really interesting, vibrant and colourful culture but I couldnt recommend it to those looking for a simple holiday vacation or a family holiday.
I just hope that for the sake of all of the ordinary Colombians they can try to get on top of this issue in such a beautiful country!
... but many others stayed. One guy we talked to got home at 5am. We had a fun time!! You could hear music all around and people were dancing Salsa in the streets. We had steak, potatoes, corn, avocado salad and plantains(yellow) for dinner. We also got to try natilla is a special christmas dish that is only in Colombia. It is like a passionfruit pudding.
For Christmas ...
... natural juices and stuffed ourselves quite a bit that afternoon. But wait! We have to go! If we arrive at Monserrate before 5pm, we pay half price to go up the mountain. So, off we went as fast as we could. When we arrive, it seems like the whole town is in line to buy tickets to go up the mountain. Zachary is desperate for cotton candy being sold for 50cents. Ximena finds her place in line as ...
... is by a company called Alpina. They are known for their yogurts, cheeses and desserts. The place was absolutely packed, and it took about 10 minutes just to find a parking space. Of course, the rain was pouring so everyone was trying to stay inside. The place was rammed, but we managed to get some desserts, and find a couple of seats. I had ariquipe with cheese, which is really strange, but good. It’s ...
... water, 4,900 pesos. Brisa by coca-cola. Looks like Ciel by Coca-cola.
Then we find the farmacia. But Nick left the bottle of water and has to retrieve it.
Some guards and the farmacist are watching a segment on TV about how safe your helmet is. I ask for ibuprofeno and Nick wants aspirina. It was cheap. We also stumble by a paperleria - I buy a notebook for 1300 and two pens. One was 850, I think.
We get back on the Transmilenio and some people help ...