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DAY 9 - IT'S THE FINAL COUNTDOWN

Hey all it's Brie!

Today, we got to sleep in which was REALLY nice. Breakfast was at 9:00 am.  instead of the normal 6:30 am. mealtime. Because today was a Sunday, it was a ciclovia day, which means part of the roads in Bogota were closed off in order to encourage families to walk, bike, or rollerblade rather than drive. We took advantage of this and walked approximately 3 miles to the Church we visited today. The Church was called Tabernacle of Faith and we were given wireless devices that allowed us to hear a translator speaking in English. in order to understand the message.

In the afternoon, we went up the train to Monserrate. Monserrate is a tourist attraction on the top of one of the mountains surrounding Bogota where there is an amazing view of the city and also a gorgeous Catholic Church at the top. After wandering around the Church and surrounding paths for a while, we got in line for the train down. During the 2 hours and 10 minute wait in line, we sang, talked, and play…

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