sI am too tired to do much writing suffice it to say there were about 76 orders which needing collating, I've got them all together and Mandy is going to get them all packed and sent off tomorrow. We went to bed about 10 last night and slept through the best part of 11 hours which was badly needed. This has taken up a lot of time and we are now ready to try a bit of catching up with our soaps on tv. After all that catching up I've downloaded more orders this evening. I'm not sure how many photos I took but it must now be approaching 2000 on the trip and I'll work through a few in coming days. We start when we arrived at Bogota with buses and a couple of their many BRT lines, I was much less adventurous on this first day although by the Sunday I was already broadening my coverage out alone. The BRT in each city is publicly owned whilst the buses otherwise are private, hence the lack of tickets its all cash in hand. We also went up the Montserrat mountain on the funicular and saw the cable car which was so inaccessible we skipped taking it down. It was also my first venture downtown with my guide Gus and there were a number of older vans and trucks passing by whilst waiting to get up the funicular on the Saturday afternoon.
Day two the Sunday sees many roads in Bogota city centre closed for cyclists and runners until early afternoon, I explored alone along BRT lanes and in the safer posh areas around the hotel. The wedding car trade is alive here plus there are numbers of unexpected sightings of older cars now and then.
PMP Sponsors of bus rallies for 25 years.