The heart of Chapinero lies between Avenida Caracas and La Septima, and Calle 53 and Calle 67 (roughly), though the greater Chapinero area is much larger. I live in the neighborhood directly to the west, so I spend a lot of my time here. The neighborhood is famous for being Bogotá’s gayest, and is sometimes called ¨ChapiGay¨.
Pulgas is good for a few hours of admiring the creativity of the hand-painted mirrors, personally designed candles, and Beatles pillowcases. It’s kind of like a giant yard sale but cooler and with more or less crap for sale (depending on your perspective).
In just a couple of minutes, the street turns into a mob scene of sorts. The man’s glorious getaway has ended in just three blocks, where roughly 50 men have him surrounded. Would this be my first time witnessing a murder?
Two more healthy and delicious vegetarian restaurants in Bogota, Colombia.
It’s that time again folks! I’ve been busy treating my taste buds to delicious vegetarian delicacies across this massive metropolis. Here are my top vegetarian restaurants in Bogota for this week.