Hotel Estelar Suites Jones
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... shorter, but at least I had a window seat. It turned out that the guy sitting next to me was headed to Bogotá for a tae-kwon-do competition, and was from Dallas. He threw out a name of a guy from his high school class who went to Rice, and surely enough I knew him. We talked for quite a while, then introduced ourselves, then talked a little more. By noon I was approaching 24 hours awake, and not functioning very well. I managed to ...
... an excellent dinner of mixed dishes including shwarma, humus and felafels. Food features hugely here and theres so many choices from street foods, great fruits, cafes and restaurants. Friday July 4th. Today Colombia plays Brazil in the world cup so the vibe is very excited and colours of red blue and yellow are everywhere and people are wearing soccer shirts so yellow shirts are everywhere. We decided to take a day trip out to Zipaquira which is a little town about an ...
... to find the whole hostel going on a night out organised by the hostel to a massive club that doubles as a restaurant before it gets late. Some food, a few beers and much persuading by three Aussie girls later we signed up and had an incredible night involving: a Colombian family (extended family) adopting me, teaching me how to dance to reggeatone and taking loads of photos riding a plastic cow with them, a post sunrise trip the house spot which closed at 7 and bumping into ...
... the same car. It's fun.
Pincho...meat on stick, sold from, er, food carts, is probably not beef, chicken, or pork. Most likely dog, cat, rat.....really. No, we don't eat it.
Fast food. Rotisserie chicken style comes with a pair of plastic gloves, to keep your hands clean. This is cool. It is considered fast food.
Roads in villages are modified cobblestone.i.e.. Huge ...
... Quemado (the burnt stick). We tasted fruits we had never seen. I think Colombia has more types of fruit than any other country. I tasted at least a dozen things I had never tasted before, and if you know me you know I like to try everything. Lulo, guanabana, zapote, three kinds of tree tomato, sweet, white pitaya, banana passionfruit (maracuya), sugar mangoes, and more fruits for which I cannot recall the names. Then there were the ones I'd had but are hard ...