Hotel Bogota Regency
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This was a fascinating display of paintings and sculptures by Francisco Botero, Colombia's most famous artist.
His art is quite comical- it concentrates on paintings of overweight, small eyed people, bowls of fruits and naked, rather large ladies.
An interesting eye for things.
There were also a few paintings by Picasso, Monet, Matisse and Henry Moore sculptures.
All in all an excellent display-and best of all, ...
... as we recognized some of the items. It was good soup, but needed the extra zest of Aji Verde. The restaurant staff has begun to bring me my bowl of Aji Verde each meal, as I keep asking for it. I share it with Kevin as he likes zesty food, too. We had roast beef, rice, potatoes, for the main dish. Marco brought another hot sauce that was very spicy. I put this on the roast beef. MMMM! Delicious!
After lunch, I went to the ...
... so many details.
During announcements, I realized I had forgotten to write up an announcement for the Children’s Bible Study in the morning. So, I quickly wrote on up in English and gave it to Jaime S. during the song, and asked him if he could translate it and give it to the song leader to announce before the last hymn. There are so many details to take care of.
I was able to read the transcript of ...
... Klippe in ein Wasserbecken. JJ hat etwas mehr respekt als ich und wählt den niedrigeren Sprung aus etwa 4 Metern und will mich glatt noch davon abbringen aus angeblich 9 Metern (aber eher 6m) zu springen, weil dss Wasser nicht sehr tief ist. Nachdem unser Guide Jonas jedoch bewiesen hat dass es geht, lasse ich mich nicht lumpen und wage den Sprung. Es ist auch wirklich kein Problem, solange man die Beine anwinkelt. In der Folge heißt es "Canyoning"- welches im Endeffekt ...
... interested in playing with proportion to give a sense of the extremes of life. When we came out, we walked across to the tourist office to take a map. When we emerged, an almighty shower had begun, so we ran across to a modest-looking cafe where I tried Diana's buñuelo and had a pan de bono - both doughy, tasty, fried treats :) I also had a curuba juice (a unique, indescribable tasting fruit) which I was surprised to see came with milk rather ...
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