San Pietro Hotel
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Back in Santa Marta, the morning was spent researching our draft itinerary for Bolivia as we hadn't much of an idea of what the poorest country in South America had to offer and would be flying down on the 2nd. After running a few errands we attempted to visit the gold museum for the second time which once again was closed. It became apparent that it just wasn't to be.
In the afternoon, Parkie and I visited the drop bear ...
... guess what - I won! I then got given a bottle of this rank strong stuff which I proceeded to finish, sharing it with a load of local Colombians I got dancing with. At this point Liam had left as he had an early bus to catch and Ivo was chatting to a local on the balcony for ages do he didn't drink anywhere near as much as me - I was wasted! This is where the night goes blurry for me! I remember dancing and falling over, a guy lifting me up with my winning ...
... ice cream shop we could see the rain clouds building and thunder was rumbling around the city. We put on a bit of speed to avoid the rain, but we were not fast enough. Every time the rain eased a little we would make a dash for the next place of cover and eventually we made it home not too wet. With the rain and thunder bringing an end to our sightseeing we wasted the afternoon reading and booking accommodation for New York and Ho Chi Minh City. ...
... was over you climb onto another ladder - that is incredibly unsafe - at the other side of the pit and a man wipes all the excess mud from you...then you head to the lake where the women clean you down! They take off your bottoms and clean them as you lie in the lake!! You must tip the women and the men as that is how they make a living!
On Wednesday we headed to Playa Blanca - it's advertised as this ...
... of the Colombian TV show, "¿Quién quiere ser un millonario?" (Who wants to be a Millionaire?). We had some very good conversation about life in Colombia, some of the day to day issues that Colombians deal with (jobs, medical treatments, social issues).
We arrived in Bogotá and went through immigration here. There was quite a long line, but we made it through with no problems. We did not need to collect our luggage ...