Santafe Boutique Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... thought that needed to be forgotten about until tomorrow.
A superb campsite - with lots of shade which I REALLY needed when I got there. Was so hot and knackered took me an hour or more in the shade with a cold beer and an ice-cream before I could even contemplate getting my day bag and lugging it the 100 yards or so to the nearest shady area to put my tent up. Collapsed in a heap by the children's playground, got ...
... had seen all these crazy looking fruits in markets before but we had no idea what they were called or how to attempt to open or eat them so it was very informative for me.Obvioulsy if you didnt taste the fruits you didnt have to pay the extra fee. We also stopped off at a local stall to taste some traditional sweet and savory snacks.Again you had to pay extra for the snacks you tasted.Our third food stop was at a coffee factory where ...
... been made. He immediately met me before I returned to the table. "What's happening?" I looked at the charge slip and I noticed that the waitress had accidentally added an extra zero.
She was horrified and immediately called the reception desk to come reverse the charge. It took a few minutes, but they were able to cancel the charge, and then make the right charge. Whew! I am glad we caught that before we left.
Now off to find a clinic. ...
... mine. It's always tough to part ways with a person you've travelled with, especially when it was for so long and for so much of my journey, sharing sickness, **** food and bus trips and all the trials that go with backpacking, thankfully however, the vast majority of the time it is great fun and I was fortunate to share it with someone like the Swissness, even if I was just using her for her Spanish ability. So thanks Martina, Me gusto.
... part of Bogotá, where we met up with her friend Mileda. The three of us went to a local micro brew house for beers... I forgot what real beer tasted like and the red ale I drank reminded me of Vermont. So good! The taxis don't run to where Mayra lives late at night and the busses were done for the night so we went to Mileda's place and crashed there. The smell of cat litter was a bit overwhelming but the drinks made sleep ...