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... as to how
religious life was during Spanish colonial times.
The monastery had a serene courtyard, and a 17th
century library with over 25,000 volumes and 6,000 parchment pieces.
Here, beneath the church was a catacomb containing the bones of more
than 70,000 people. They are sorted into body parts; skulls, femurs,
and other bones, which reminded me of a similar catacomb in the St.
Stephan Cathedral in Vienna.
... br> The Lost Playlist
World at Large, Modest Mouse
Life is a Highway, Tom Cochrane
Road to Nowhere, Talking Heads
Like a Rolling Stone, Bobby Dylan
Keep Your Head Up, Ben Howard
Daylight, Matt & Kim
Something Good Can Work (The Twelves Remix), Two Door Cinema Club
Rawnald Gregory Erickson the Second, STRFKR
Midnight City, M83
Waste, Foster the People
Skeletons, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Safe Travels (Don’t ...
After spending most of the day in our hostel chilling about we decided to head to the airport far too early. There we used our last euros in McDonalds (where they had these awesome games projected on the tables). Waiting for what felt like an eternity, midnight finally arrived and it was time to board our flight. We took a little bit of pleasure in seeing all these Latin women try their luck (and fail) in vastly exceeding ...
... we had Victor, Oscar and Diana waiting for us to take us home. They were waiting at least 3 hours for us in this dilapidated bus station. We felt so bad that they had waited for us but at the same time so thankful that they could take us home safely after our meandering trip through the mountains.
For our final night in Bogota and we went out to dinner with the family once again to this nice ...
It's grey! Grey sky everyday. Weather coolish, varying from about 17 -23 degrees, but not a skerrick of blue sky. Apparently they don't see it much at all, occasionally just peeking through in summer. Today we went to the ruins of Pacachamac which was first constructed around 200 AD. It's a huge complex, lots of adobe constructions. It's like a desert, but even more so than your typical deserts. There is virtually no rainfall at all, so it is one of the driest places on earth. There ...