101 park house
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the city. Too cloudy to make it worth going up there today we thought so we checked out the cathedral, went to the gold museum and mingled with the locals in the streets and coffee shops. At about half four we looked up and the clouds were clearing so we made a snap decision to get the cable car up to 3000m above see level and view the city from above. It was well worth it as it we watched the mist lift from the city as the sun set making for the best photos we've taken so far on ...
... held up for ages because they are working on a new patch again. Makes absolutely no sense whatsoever.
But once I arrived at this peaceful little village I knew it would be worth it.
I got up early the next morning to visit the archeological underground tombs that are spread out in the area, the tombs are a Unesco World heritage site. They date back to approximately the 6th century and were ...
... they could use some basic food supplies. I went with the Colombian rasta guy and two little Kogui kids back to town, bought some meat, rice, veggies and fruit and took it back to them. I walked away knowing that there would come a time I would see these people again, a special place in the world for sure.
I wandered back in a half sleep state to Dreamer Hostel and had some coffee, met up with my Dad and sis who asked about my funny night. We sat around for awhile, ...
... a bit of a change of scene. I managed to clear immigration, fill in my tax declaration form and find an ATM using the international language of pointing at things and saying them in English. Explaining where I wanted to go to the taxi driver was made easier by the name being Cranky Croc Hostel...and I managed to make it there only paying a 40% Premium for not having small enough denominations of notes.
... and the Santuario de Monserrate (a church at 3150m above sea level, perched on a hill above Bogotá). Although both were interesting(ish), the Salt Cathedral was primarily memorable for the hilarious poses that Colombians like to do for photos. The best was a guy in tight jeans who posed for a photo with his foot on a high rock. Kes subsequently recreated this pose at every opportunity. Monserrate was memorable for the absolutely ridiculously tiring walk ...