Hotel Bogota Regency
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... fat people/objects - and a few other artists. Bogota is a pretty big city but for some reason (possibly laziness!) we only explored the La Candelaria area - it had a lovely vibe and there was more than enough there to hold our interest.
On our last day in Bogota I skyped my parents while Ben visited the military museum. After a good conversation with family I set out to meet Ben, joining a huge crowd of people milling around in the downtown plaza. I was carrying ...
... br> Another trip on the TransMilenio took us back up north to our hotel, and it was even busier than the morning. We paralleled several other services during parts of the trip, leap-frogging each other as we expressed through stations while others stopped and vice versa. Despite different stopping patterns we were naturally forced together at traffic lights. While signal priority could significantly increase the system's capacity, when it runs in the centre of a 14 lane road, ...
... Suesca. There are only four hostels, one being so new there was not even a sign and foreign travels often skip this area because it is about twenty minutes off the main bus route. There are many locals that roll in on Saturday for mountain biking, and climbing but there are few operations in existence for the casual adventurer to experience these activities. At first I decided to follow a sign that I thought lead to a climbing hostel, after 4km of walking up hill ...
We arrived here very late at night. We had a booking for a hostel the following two nights but not the night of our arrival. Thanks be to God, they had availability. We threw ourselves into bed and were out for the count in no time. The first morning in Bogota, we got up late, caught up on e mails and then took a short tour of the centre. It absolutely lashed rain after an hour or so. Having been caught in ...
... more Colombia and Patagonia and maybe even Antarctica. This morning left the hotel in the taxi, still in a haze if non sleeping and nausea. Looking out at Bogota city in the dark, it hit me that I am in Colombia. Wow. And finishing the trip the same way it started, with a taxi ride in the dark through the city of Lima, looking out the window and taking in the city. Getting out of Colombia is ridiculous. Massive lines, get ticket for ...
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