Hotel Bogota Regency
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... with the American system or because they have kids at the school and want their names to match. Even those who go by their married names, however, are still listed under their legal last names on official lists, so we end up needing to learn both names for all the married female Colombian staff. This makes the task of learning everyone’s names twice as tough for new teachers! Common last names here include ...
... corn mash, spices and chicken wrapped in corn husks and boiled) for US$1 for the walk. It was incredible. The locals eat tamales for breakfast here. The first thing we saw on out guide and military-accompanied tour was a legalization-of-marijuana demonstration right in the center of Plaza Bolivar, which was amusing... To be honest, that was the most interesting part of the tour. Sarah, Wafaa, and I all were bored and lost interest pretty quickly, partly because the English just ...
... the bus was quite empty and we managed to get a couple of seats right at the back of the bus - the worst place to sit, next to the toilet but still better than our designated seats. Maria might have been joining the others in filling a sick bag otherwise.
We got to the outskirts of Bogotá in really good time but going through the city was a nightmare. I guess the city is big with a population of over 8 ...
... and a couple of local students used Zoe as part of a project they are doing interviewing her for a few minutes.
\They’re going mad for the World Cup here in Bogota with Colombia world cup shirts being bought and worn everywhere. They were sad that one of their best plater Falcao is out of the world cup due to injury but they are still looking forward to it as they are definitely well placed to progress and ...
... hostel for the weekend. During my final weekend in Colombia, we visited los Thermales, an outdoor swimming complex, where the water is sourced from a hot spring. Three different sized swimming pools, each with a different temperature, and a small jacuzzi sized one, that I could barely dip my toes into as it was boiling hot, where the Colombians could sit in it up to their neck! We spent ours relaxing in the thermal pools, until my toes and hands were wrinkled like ...