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Following a two night stop over in Santiago de Chile, after an amazing week on Rapa Nui, we continued our South American adventure and headed north to Colombia. Our flight to Bogota required a transit stop in Lima, Peru, and took most of the day. Our arrival in Bogota airport was quite strange as we, the passengers on our flight, seemed to be the only people in arrivals.
Although unusual, it was very welcomed as we raced through immigration, baggage claim and customs, and was at our accommodation an hour earlier than expected. We had rented an apartment in the centre of Bogota, close to all the attractions, and began our exploration of the city the following day.
That day was New Years Day, a public holiday, so the streets were quiet of traffic but full of families enjoying their day off. We strolled around in the warm sunshine, visiting first Plaza de Bolivar where people were feeding thousands of pigeons and street traders were selling balloons to children and photographs with Llamas to adults. Plaza Bolivar. Cathedral on Plaza Bolivar. Next stop was Casa de Narino, the parliamentary building. Here security was very tight, you even had to have your bags checked by police to walk past it.
Casa de Narino is another impressive building, with rich colonial architecture, lush gardens and a presidential guard at every entrance. Presidential Guard. Our self guided city tour then took us around some of the adjoining back streets, with something of interest around every corner.
January 1st walking around in Bogota. Our second day in Bogota was another lovely warm and sunny one. This time it was business as usual, and the street were much more busy. So we decided to get a view of the city from a higher elevation and this required a trip to the top of Cerro de Monserrate.