Hotel Estelar Suites Jones
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... point to get to Tierradentro and San Agustin. So first we went for an overnight trip to Tierradentro. Here you find old elaborate underground tombs from an unknown indigenous group. There are several sites in the area that you can visit and where you find groups of these underground tombs that are 2 to 7 meters deep. The deceased was first buried in a primary tomb. After a couple of years the remains were then placed in a urn and these urns were then placed in a large ...
... after photos with the guys who helped us we headed out of the gates, in South AMERICA.
Bogota traffic is absolutely bonkers with a lot of bikes weaving in and out of the traffic queues, we were heading for the KTM dealer, new back tyre fitted and repair to leaking radiator BMW dealer, new tyre fitted and new rear wheel bearing seal.
After some filtering and a slight kiss with an old VW beetle ...
... We are on Central Standard Time from March to November, but we don't observe Daylight Savings Time. When the U.S. falls back in November, we move up to Eastern Standard Time. Because we're so close to the equator, day and night are pretty equal throughout the year. This makes it difficult to explain the importance of the spring and fall equinoxes to students-- their response tends to be, "So? Every day's like that." Not where I'm from!
... were closer to our hotel than the supposed centre of the area. The area around our hotel was looking a lot better today, now that all the shops and cafes had their shutters up and open for business. A lot has been written online that our hotel is not in La Candelaria 'zone' and is actually in a dangerous part of the city. The reality is, it's actually not too bad - sure it's rough round the edges but it's no more dangerous than the supposed safer parts of the ...
... Spanish period of colonization a conservative figure of 8 million indigenous peoples were wiped out through warfare and disease,but many scholars believe it runs into the tens of millions.
It is ironic that one of the chief reasons we as tourists come to South America is to take pictures of slave built colonial buildings, their beautiful pastel colours and rusty orange tiled roofs fashioned over the thighs of the slaves themselves, but I daresay that very few ...