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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We crossed the border around 1am. No big thing, I stamped out, crossed a bridge and stamped in. Welcome to Colombia! No checks of the bus or persons.
They played a few movies on the bus but they were in Spanish with no subtitles. I didn't mind as they provided sweet relief to the SA Music the guy across from me continued to play. They even decided to destroy western classics. Billie Jean, owner of one of the worlds best basslines ever was replaced by the same banal **** ...
... everyone staying without any technological distractions. On our second day we did a 7 hour loop walk from the hostel, up to the mirador were we had gone for sunrise earlier in the morning, then down into Minca town (a long 3 hours downhill and an even longer 90 minutes up!) past a coffee farm and Pozo Azul, which is meant to be a beautiful swimming lake. Today being Sunday, it was more like a packed swimming pool with local ...
... bus out to Andres Carnes de Res (the one in Chia) - a huge steak restaurant that turns into a big party on a Saturday night with about 2,000 people going crazy. This was so big it's even called out specifically in its own box in the a Lonely Planet. We decided to make the most of the last day before getting the 11pm party bus - by going up Mount Monserrate and then heading out for a game of Tejo. Mount Monserrate is a large mountain towering at up to 3,200 meters above sea level in ...
... search of some local places that would be more vibrant.
We strolled over to the old fort and oldest part of town. This was the first time we had really seen this part of town at night, the accent lighting was gorgeous against the old buildings. We asked a few questions, went upstairs to this one place, turned out to be quite cliquey and standoffish. Went down to a corner, had heard of a lively locals salsa bar called "Donde Fidel?", or "Wheres Fidel?". The owner, Fidel, is ...
... a bit more -- very old, a bit sketchy (you clearly don't want to be here at night) -- but interesting. We wandered into an old church (1783), and got the kids a little treat (mani chocolat -- chocolate covered peanuts) ... And then decided to use Tappsi to find a cab back.
We were now pretty tired - and ready for a glass of wine. Back home, and I made Columbian beef stew, which turned out pretty good!
A good ...