Radisson Royal Bogota Hotel
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... again. I then went to Cruz Roja again and met with Luisa. Today was also 'International Volunteer Day' and there was a tent set up in the parking lot. Luisa introduced me to a LOT more people and I filled out a form with my details etc. I was then asked to write something on the Cruz Roja Facebook page in English about the Volunteer Day. After this, I sat and watched Yiny (pronounced Genie) on Facebook for about half an hour. I was getting a bit bored and confused (and it was ...
... it was needed as my nights of sleep have been short.
I went up to the restaurant. We ate with Rodolfo, Gladys, Leo, Mira, Andriana, and Kevin and Shawna. Maria gave us a little gift. It was half of a seed pod from a flower, and it was dried into a little boat shape. She had painted, “Fiesta del Cabanas.” We had a lot of fun at dinner making jokes about the little boats.
Then we got ready for the Family ...
... to the gate, we realized that everything was not open yet. As we waited to board the plane, we both caught up on some email and reading. Boarding started around 5:40a. After boarding the plane, a man sat behind us, enjoying his food from Cinnabon. It smelled so good! I imagine it would have tasted pretty nice as well.
The flight was fast and smooth, while traveling along the East Coast. Normally we try to find Jekyll Island, ...
... uns dann ein Reifen und wir legen zum Wechseln einen ungeplanten Stop ein. Na, ja - zumindest ist es dieses mal nicht das eigene Vehikel. In der Stadt zurück wird erst einmal geduscht - dann geht es zum Einkaufen: wir können von frischem Ofengemüse erst einmal nicht genug bekommen. Und so brutzelt das Gemüse nun im Ofen, während ich diese Zeilen schreibe. Morgen erkunden wir die Umgebung entweder aus der Luft beim Paragliden, oder abermals auf dem Rücken der ...
... around the city. We also visited the Police Museum, which has some interesting objets belonging to the most famous drug dealer, Pablo Escobar, who died/was shot dead in 1993. The most incredible thing about him is that he offered to pay off the country’s foreign debt in exchange of his freedom. Bogota’s city centre has a few interesting colonial buildings and churches but overall it is just a big city that is a bit dirty and with busy streets. But on ...
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