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... So we used our UK passports but Rieko had to use
her Canadian and she was escorted to another kiosk where she again had
to pay a recipericol fee...the officer was very nice and she was thru in
We had to rush as our flight was now boarding...we then
had to pass customs where there was another huge line without any
order. We pushed out way thru to the front waved our customs form ...
... they were both planning to join us the next day. Bummer for them, but I was still pretty pumped about not only doing Bogota, but being able to go with other people for the first time since I started working at AA. Our plane ended up taking off about 6:30pm and we were on our way to Colombia!
Since it was a relatively full flight, I ended up getting a middle seat on the Airbus 319. My tall self can normally adjust to economy seats, but these seats ...
... were over 10,000 feet above sea level and I definitely felt it. As we climbed up the path designating the twelve Stations of the Cross, I had to stop frequently to catch my breath. Along the path we saw three boys soccer teams all under the age of 13. Among the other forms of torture they were undergoing, they were sprinting up the hill while carrying each other on their backs while I was pathetically trying to suck in enough oxygen to continue ...
... our smashed Aussie and Irish mates as we checked out some other parts of town for their bars. After not much sleep we got up, had some lunch and headed for the airport on the Trans Millennia bus- triple size bendy busses on dedicated roadways. Was quick and cheap but the flight was delayed and tedious too check in so wasn't the best journey. We really liked Bogotá and would definitely recommend it to anyone seeking a contemporary cultural city with a rich history and stunning scenery. ...
... 6 hours in the end instead of 4.
Stayed in Miramar very basic very cheap hostel near the water. Bought some food etc for next days camping in Tayrona NP.
Next morning up at 5.30 to meet up with Jessy and Jilaine to go to Tyrona. Up so early because heard about shortage of lockers and lines for hammocks.
Took a local bus to the entrance of the park, then signed in to the park, then took a small bus another 5k to the walking track. Hiked 2 ...