Last wrap up from Colombia – the food. It was mostly fried, but quite good. Like everywhere in South America, had every fruit imaginable. We did a street food tour in Bogota that started it off right. We had some fantastic empanadas at a no-name stall, and learned about the various panes. If you are ever in Bogota, the one must do, Andres DC. Read more
Now that I have functioning Internet for the first time in a few weeks (thanks Hostel Loki!) it is time to catch up on a few photo albums. Today, Colombia graffiti. Rumor has it that it was legalized when Bieber visited and was escorted by police to tag a space (seems to be validated by the Internet: Link). But this isn’t normal graffiti, this is art (the other kind is still prohibited). Here are some of the things we saw in Bogota and Medellin, including rooftops painted by the local beer company in the bad areas of town. We missed the tour in Bogota, but it comes recommended, link. Guess which one is my favorite (hint, saved the best for last). Read more
After a quick nap – we were ready to see Bogota at night. Trouble is our neighborhood, while wonderfully central to historic sites during the day, isn’t where you want to be at night. Bogota could be eerily empty for a city of 7 million. Read more
Cheers, we’ve made it, the adventure begins. Read more
Blog post coming soon – for now, here are some more pictures. Click here.
I’ve uploaded my first photo album – of Bogota. Click here.