One of my favorite things about Bogota is that if you are walking around, and not in a rush you can always find something interesting. One week I left early on a Friday (between 6-7pm) and in a nearby plaza I found a concert going on. It was super awesome to just hear some cool local music.
Watching the concert were some people with this strangely shaped bike.
Here there are these fancy bags, that people hand-make. They are more expensive, but they are also incredibly lovely. I mean, just look at them (if anyone really wants me to get them one while I am here let me know. I specifically took this photos for my sisters to see).
Apparently there is a patron saint of drivers. I have never noticed before that there is a statue of her in EVERY vehicle. There was a parade (I didn't get a good photo of it) and many taxis and vehicles were driving around with red and white balloons attached to their car.
Here she is:
Buildings here are lovely.
Look what I found!!! Even in Colombia people know which AZ school is best. He didn't attend there, but still representing. When I told him I am currently at UNC he said that was one of his other favorites. It made me smile.
Here is the top of one of the buildings on campus. Cool huh?
Marlly and I went out to eat, and her hot dog came on a fancy stand. It was a high-brow hot dog.
And of course, ending once again with views from my apartment.
And Marlly taught us how to make Colombian style arepas (and my old roomie Sebastian is in the background of the kitchen). That's all for now!