Tomorrow night, a 9:50PM flight from Bogota will be transporting us to Santiago de Chile, where a new, mysterious land awaits. We loved Colombia, its people, the metal and the food, but we are also very excited to visit a new country. We’ll be spending a month in Chile; playing 4 concerts:
We are very much looking forward to this, and will fill you guys up with every detail possible. In the meantime, here is what we did on our last full day in Bogota; going on top of the Monserrate mountain located at an altitude of 3512 meters above the sea!
The view of Bogota from the top was absolutely fantastic. You don’t really notice how big the city is when you’re in it, but from the top it’s a totally different story:
We then descended, and had our last dinner – ajiaco straight from a Bogota restaurant. It’s the same soup I had in Medellin – made from scratch by Andres, but this tasted quite different. Anyway, it really hit the spot!
We also visited a big flea market, where there were a few metal stands. I bargained the hell out of this tape:
Ok, that’s all! Good night, and see you all in Chile!!! Hahaha