Hotel Santa Monica
- Minbar in room
- Conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... to the out skirts of town to check out the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira (a giant Cathedral carved out of salt rock that is inside a mountain, not that that's really impressive or anything). As if the incredibly huge rooms and tall ceilings were not inspiring enough (it was easy to forget that we were 650 feet underground in there) our tour guides passion for the cathedral and the country made you want to go around waving a Colombian flag. Once we got back from the ...
Yesterday was a lazy day for the most part. I woke up and got a haircut, where I was able to converse with the barber pretty easily between my limited Spanish and his barely existent English. Mayra and I also went to make an extra key for her apartment in case I decided to go out while she was at work. I just hung out in Mayra's apartment all day because I was very tired. I uploaded photos to the internet and learned a few ...
... been? Oh, let me tell you about this special place. Skip this place, it isn't so great. Oh, you just came from where I'm going, what do you know. Wanna have a coffee, meet for beers later". It is magic, often you find yourself on the other side of the world in that moment in time with someone very cool.
My Dad and sis walked up, smiles on their faces, I think they already had a bite to eat in the room. We wandered the mile or so back to town, as we would often over the ...
... walked along some beautiful beaches. These would be the best I've seen in SA. White sand, blue water, palm tree and boulders. After the strenuous activity of relaxing on the beach, and sleeping in hammocks, we decided we needed more pool time, so we headed to Palomino further east along the Carribean coast. Oh wait... I forgotten to mention the scary land iguanas that terrorised us day and night in our hammocks. These guys were scared of us, and poor jane ...
... for the famous Salt Cathedral in the nearby town of Zipaquera. I was prepared, both mentally and physically to brave Bogota's bus system on my own. But my preparations were unnecessary. A very sweet Mexican guy staying at the hostel heard that I was making the trip to the Salt Cathedral and asked if he could join me. His name was Alejandro. Thank goodness for him, as the trip wasn't quite as simple as had been explained to me. Two hours and three buses later we ...