Hotel Bogota Regency
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... point, I was now going to a football game with a group of twelve, all of us armed with a couple of tinnies. Colombian supporters are as crazy as you'd hope they would be. The game had everything: red cards, penalties, goals. It finished 3-1 to the home side but passions got a bit high in the aftermath and an away fan looking for trouble was stabbed (we didn't see it as we were in the tranquil family stand).
There's a big rock 2 hours from Medellín. It's 678 steps to the top. I ...
Booked buses via Undertrail to Medellin for tomorrow After finally making the relevant arrangements with the bus company we set off to Flores transmillenio station with our squaremeter guide map. I was pretty impressed with how much info was crammed into it! We get off at Avenida Jiminez in the centre of Bogota only to find ourselves packed in like sardines to the station. Hoardes of people continued to push forward despite the fact that they literally could not fit ...
... on the ledge and a launch to disaster back shifty and top acid on the fun box. I meet a cool skateboarder and his girl friend and proceeded to chat to them in my basic Spanish, telling them what I could about Australia. Got back to Bogota at around 5pm and met up with Stephy, who had been shopping in the Zona Rosa. We went out for dinner (delicious tacos!) and called it at around 9pm.
Day 2: After the failure we had ...
... himself as Felipe and led me into the house. He was still wearing his harness and sported a nice rack, which he slung off his shoulder and hung on the wall beside the door. In a mix of English and Spanish he welcomed me again and I once again used my practiced line to ask for a bed. The Hostel was a nice house where he lived with his wife and young child. We continued in a random conversation of Spanglish and I told him I was interested in kayaking but had no ...
... from trainspotting (FYI heroin comes from Poppy's). Anyway, bed was calling and we replied gratefully.
The next day started at 6 because of the jet lag and has been doing so ever since. Over the past couple of days we have set off nervously, kitted out with our fake wallets (in case of muggers), in search of what ever Bogota has to offer. The highlights are as follows:
Parque Metropolitano Simon Bolivar. This is a national park that we wandered around and although very ...
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