Hotel Porton Bogota
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... salesman trying to organise us lunch. As our Spanish still wasn't helping the situation we both shrugged our shoulders, agreed to what he was saying and figured we would find out what it all meant when we got our lunch.
A couple hours later we received our meals and we were pleasantly surprised to receive a beautiful whole grilled fish with traditional Colombian accompaniments. ...
... have is a 40... I'm in the land of the little people.
We went for coffee at a nice little coffee shop in the mall and had the most ridiculously large piece of chocolate cake you have ever seen. It was 4 in the afternoon and we had a big dinner planned for later so we didn't finish it. :-)
Leaving the mall we waited outside for a taxi. Usually you don't wait more than 2 or 3 mintues ...
... excitement, Bogota is stunning, it looked like my favourite places in Indo, except that this was in South America and I was very happy that the immigration officer gave me a 90 day stamp, as I’d heard that they generally only give 30 day stamps. Two things that I think I will like in South America more than Asia is that every single country barring Brazil speaks Spanish and almost every country is visa free ...
... the hostel laundry service (after failing to find a cheaper laundrette nearby - it must have been an area where everyone has their own washing machines) and had cheap snack food for breakfast and lunch.
It was a changeable day in Bogotą, alternating between sunshine and showers, which is fairly typical of the weather in the city. In the afternoon we wandered around another couple of modern shopping malls, but didn't buy anything, and we ate at a Colombian ...
... send off the application for a replacement NZ passport. What a lovely guy we met there. He was so friendly and for the first time that day we felt we had a bit of luck on our side.
Back at the Embassy and Talia confirmed that Robyn didn't need to spend £100 on an ETD which was great news though we will both be nervous about boarding our flight to Cartagena this Sunday.
Unfortunately, it was now too late in the day to head off to Villa de Leyva so we decided ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility