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... shows thousands of pieces of gold fashioned into the most intricate and fascinating shapes that highlights the hierarchical and spiritual evolvement of the Colombian Indigenous peoples.
I was totally absorbed in the experience even though I was constantly reaching for the tissues and more than likely infecting everyone in the museum with some virulent strain of traveler's flu.After my visit I ventured out on the streets to have a look at the Sunday ...
... professors to do research. She was a nice lady, and told me the lake might be open in the afternoon. Because it's privately owned, there aren't really set hours. So I made my way back to town, this time it being a bit easier. All of a sudden, a car pulled up next to me, and the guy driving offered me a ride back to town. I know I should've said no, but I didn't. It turns out he was born in Miami and is now studying ...
... still got soaked despite being in the boot – they just don’t give a monkeys!
Thankfully, Villa de Leyva wasn’t full by the time I got here, so wasn’t forced to stay at the raved about hostel miles from town – they claim it’s closer, but can’t see I’d have the energy to do anything else once I’d walked there. Found a place in town for the 1st night, then a better one for the next – not ideal, but then ...
... We also made our own little pizzas. They were so delicious because we had parmesan and cheddar cheese. The tomato sauce was sweet and I did not like it that way. When we ate, it was very buggy outside. I saw bugs in the sink! We spent three days here and we mostly chilled. It's been nice because we needed a break.
My favorite two parts of Bogotá were ...
... in, we ventured out to find some cheap eats. We found some friend chicken for the nice price of $2.50 each but needing a little more sustenance we found the old town square and ordered delicious desserts: limonada de Coco, strawberry and Nutella crepe and a spiced mulled wine. The walk back to the hostel was illuminated with lightening every thirty seconds.
Day 1: With little energy, we rose at midday, had a nice ...
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