Bogota Travel Guide is part of the Punxsutawney TPOL Trip Report, where TPOL leaves the basement. It’s finally happening despite inconsistent policies, interruptions, and human stupidity as explained in these posts:
- 11 Reasons Why I Still Don’t Want to Travel
- North Korea – Level 4: Do Not Travel
- We’re All In This Together, So Long As You’re Miserable
- Air TPOL Retiring From Travel
- Kayak Answers, “Can I Travel to…?”
- Don’t Route Via Panama
- Breakthrough Infections: Another Reason Not to Travel
- COVID Test for Return Travel Is Stupid
- COVID Test to Come Home Is S-T-U-
TPOL’s Guns & Butter Travel Guide is the best way to see as much as you can in as little time as possible. Here’s how it works – A trip is composed of two factors: Labor And Lazy. The opportunity cost (what is given up) for relaxing and being Lazy is gained by being adventurous in the form of Labor and vice versa. The guide includes inefficient activities i.e., tourist traps that should be avoided and aspirational activities that are worth doing but may be impossible to see given the constraints of time and resources.
Remember what life was like pre-Covid? I didn’t until I visited a nightclub in Bogota where no one was wearing a mask (see If I Get Covid, I Get Covid: TPOL’s Out of the Basement Travel Philosophy).
Remember partying? I didn’t until I visited a nightclub in Bogota (see Bogota, a Party City? Who Knew?).
Remember friends? I didn’t until I visited Bogota.
Remember eating out with actual silverware? I didn’t until I went to Bogota.
TPOL’s Tip: La Biferia is located at Cl. 79b #8-79, Bogotá, Cundinamarca, Colombia.
TPOL’s Tip: Don’t ask them to split a tomahawk steak. While it was delicious, it ruined the photo.
Remember life? I didn’t until I was almost robbed in Bogota (see Welcome to Bogota: Almost Robbed in Broad Daylight).
Remember hotels? I didn’t until I stayed at the lackluster JW Marriott Bogota, minus the great spa.
Remember TPOL? I’m back. Thank you Bogota.