Hotel Bogota Regency
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... to look around for a while and get a feel for the place. Also given how much everyone kept warning me about Colombia I thought I should be careful.
We found a taxi for 40000 COP which was an absolute rip off given it was only about 6km or so but this always happens at airports so I just had to take it.
The taxi driver was nice but a slight lunatic of a driver but we found the place no worries. We arrived at CX Hostel in ...
... It turns out the simcard in the machine is not belonging to the number we have so I have been charging the wrong card. And the card was purchased in Cali so there is nothing the Bogota people can do. Whatever. We have coffee at Juan Valdez (the South American Starbucks) and get back to her place. In the afternoon we will eat in an Italian restaurant owned by a friend of hers, Elena. Elena's steak is one of the best I have ever had. A bottle of red wine goes down with it ...
... a vacuum salt plant?). We found the product on sale in Bogota and it looked first class.
The amount of salt produced per day is small at a little over 100 tonnes (or so we were told). The economics do not seem to add up. Maybe the tourist dollar makes the difference.
Above the current mine there are 3 levels of earlier workings. The one nearest the surface is now unsafe because of earthquakes and subsidence. The ...
... t wait that long. A quick lift of a queue-separator and some broken Spanish to the disabled booth passport control guard and I had received my first south American stamp in my passport. I ran straight past the carousel where no bags had yet come out, and a kind immigration officer allowed me past saying I could go back in for my backpack after. I then asked a pair of ground crew members whether they could call the gate and tell them that ...
... Including its Caribbean islands, it lies between latitudes 14°N and 5°S, and longitudes 66° and 82°W.
There are five main natural regions with their own characteristics: the Andes mountain range (with peaks over 5,700 metres above sea level), the Pacific Ocean coastal region, the Caribbean Sea coastal region, the ...