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... finally came past.
After a really great downhill section got to the main highway to Bogota and had to climb up 200m of ascent to the campsite. It was SO SO hot on the main highway and seemed really steep and a slog of a climb. Was glad to take the turning off up to the campsite as could see just how steep the highway was continuing up the mountainside towards Bogota and no doubt where we had to go in the morning. ...
... there. Feeling like two days is enough time in Bogs, I've cancelled a nights accom here to grab an overnighter tomorrow.
Meeting up with the Danes was very nice. After Potosi we were in Cusco at the same time but couldn't manage a rendevouz. To see them now is unexpected as our routes have diverged quite drastically. They have for instance already done Colombia and fly to New York tomorrow. It was very plesant to catch up and share our travellar stories. Hasta Luega.
... alright, one crazy Australian guy was telling us how he made it onto the uk's daily mail website with a video of himself jumping off a cliff with a bucket on his head, all very weird but interesting nonetheless ha. After looking around some local museums and stuff on our first day, we went on a bogota bike tour which our hostel and guide book claimed to be the best way to see the city. It was actually so much fun. We saw some crazy stuff and it was all so interesting. Once you got used ...
... our smashed Aussie and Irish mates as we checked out some other parts of town for their bars. After not much sleep we got up, had some lunch and headed for the airport on the Trans Millennia bus- triple size bendy busses on dedicated roadways. Was quick and cheap but the flight was delayed and tedious too check in so wasn't the best journey. We really liked Bogotá and would definitely recommend it to anyone seeking a contemporary cultural city with a rich history and stunning scenery. ...
After an incredible 10 weeks, and slightly longer than planned in Central America, it was time to head to the huge continent that is South America. We have just over 4 months to cover as much ground as possible, so fingers crossed we'll see some amazing things!
The cheapest way for us to fly to the north of Colombia from Panama City ended up being a very cirquitous route via Bogota and Medellin, two cities we hope to visit ...