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... 5,500 pesos a night and 3 nights in a dorm at 10,000 a night. It is very clean and just out of the town centre, and right by the sea.
6 Nobel prize winning poet
7 Cranky Croc www.crankycroc.com I stayed here last time I was in Bogota and liked it so came back.
Distance Travelled (kilometres)
By Air 21433 (http://www.airmilescalculator.com/)
By Road (according to Google Maps)
Wow, Bogota is high at 8200 feet above sea level plus, depending upon where you are in the city. Montserrate is 13,000+, or some crazy number like that.
We road the furnicular up (train). It goes at a very, very steep angle. Not quite 180 degrees, but very close. Fortunately, two Bomberos road up with us (Fireman). Everyone enjoyed the ride except myself and Josue, ...
We had arrived in Colombia and it was time to explore Bogota on our first full day of travel in South America. Before wandering down to the major sights we were warned that we should be careful around the Plaza as last night there were protests that turned violent. As we found out over the internet farmers had held peaceful protests and a few non farmers decided to turn the protest violent. There was as we discovered throughout the day grafitti and paint ...
... Later we ate and walked around before meeting up with a friend of Linda's called Tom. Another interesting guy from Belgium who is a tour guide in Colombia but who lives in Ecuador with his Ecuadorian girlfriend. His sister, also from Belgium is a midwife in a remote Guatemalan village. To Medellin tomorrow. Answer - La Paz in Bolivia. Aeroplanes which use it have special tyres to withstand the high landing ...
... without being held up by buses loading. As such, people need to move through the loading platforms to access the adjacent ones, but with crowds waiting, it becomes crowded. Thankfully each station has full-height glass platform doors so that helps prevent people from spilling onto the busway. I should also take this opportunity to mention that all the buses are exclusively used on the system; they don't run beyond it, so they're all high-floor and have doors on the otherwise ...