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... feeling the effects of the climb (if you don't feel like doing the math that's a 2,000 foot climb that was made up of 1,500 steps and a whole bunch of steep ramps). Once we reached the top and saw the view a mutual thought of "totally worth it" was shared between us; we would have said it out loud but we were still attempting to catch our breath at that point. Rather than trek back down we decided to wait in a 2 and a half hour long line for a cable car to take us ...
I don't feel like writing much so this will be short and sweet but yesterday was pretty awesome. I woke up around 6:30 and went to hike the mountain Cerro de Monserrate. This hike is a favorite of the locals on the weekends and tourists and locals alike make the trek. It takes about 60-90 minutes to climb the 1500 stairs to the top and the mountain is 9,600ft high. It was a great workout. Before the hike, I ...
... than normal due to glacial warming that has been happening for the last 10 years acutely. There were some swimming holes along the way, depth up to about 5 feet. We walked awhile through the shallow water, looking at pretty rocks and just enjoying the nice day and the fact that we were together. I almost couldn't believe it sometimes when I looked at them. My 73 year old Dad, my 39 year old sister and me, all in Colombia together, how cool is that?
After an hour or so of ...
... the hotel by 11.15am. The tour hotel Casona del Patio, is located in the North of the city in a pretty street and only a short distance from shops & restaurants. I checked in, went out to get some supplies and then had an afternoon nap, the Welcome meeting was not till 6pm so I had time to chill. We met at 6pm for a welcome meeting to get to know the other guests and go for dinner. There is only 8 of us on the tour. I am the only Brit, there is ...
... we reached the stadium and found we had 2.5hrs to kill before the game started.
We were distracted from all this noise emanating from a nearby auditorium. In true tourist fashion, we decided to explore and walked in like we owned the place. To our surprise we had stumbled across a cheerleading competition. Rach’s first exposure to foreign cheerleaders and ...