- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... Gringo" - on Thursday night, I went out with a big group of travelers from my hostel (including a British guy, a Belgian girl, a Bulgarian man who lives in Chicago, and two French Canadian girls). We bounced around some of the bars in La Candelaria, which was so much nicer and more crowded on a going out night, and much safer with groups of people. We ended up in this hole in the wall bar with seats that were just pillows on the floor. One local in the bar (he ...
... views of Bogota city from the top, and a church, making it popular for Sunday 'pilgrimages' up to the altitude of nearly 3200 metres, from Bogota's 2600 metres. The church itself was unremarkable, but the views were outstanding. Here we were able to get a sense of orientation about the city.
After descending, we went to Simon Bolivar's residence. Bolivar was a key figure in the battle for independence from Spain for Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Bolivia and ...
... the correct way and then we jammed on the song a bit. He was very grateful. I couldn't find my pick and as I was leaving the shop, he chased me down to give me a pick he punched out of a credit card that says "Bogotá" on it.... So cool! In this same shop, I also found the coca tea, which was really nice, and my favorite souvenir of my trip so far, a travel sized chess set. I had wanted to find a set before my Amazon trip in Santarem and Manaus, but was unsuccessful in ...
... with tired legs we decided to push through and head on over to the Museo del Oro (gold museum) where we grabbed a coffee to energise us. This has good reviews on trip advisor and is in the Lonely Planet so was on the list of things to do, and although it may be because we were tired and it was the last stop on our super touristy day but none of us found it of huge interest once we were in and flew around the museum. I spent a bit of time on the top floor looking at various gold ...
... they contacted the same filmmaker twenty years later to give one final message. This became Aluna, a documentary made by the Kogi Mamas themselves in which they give a second warning and say that they have chosen to share their secret sciences with Younger Brother so that Younger Brother can help change the world for the better.
Cosmology and Socio-Religious Concepts:
Traditional Kogi religion is closely related to the structure of the cosmic universe that exists ...