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San Agustín Transportation: 9 reviews and 11 photos

by MalenaN

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After lunch we stopped at a few more garages and finally came to one that could repair the bus properly. After waiting for half an hour we saw the driver and the other man working on the bus crossing the road to sit down at one of the bars. I and the other two tourists (one from Colombia) did the same and had a beer.

When we came closer to Bogotá traffic was moving very slowly as many people were returning to the city after the weekend.

We arrived to the bus terminal in Bogotá late, about 14 hours after we had left San Agustin. I bought something to eat to bring to the hostel and then went to take one of the ?safe? taxis to Platypus. To take a safe taxi from the terminal you will stand in line, say your destination to someone in a window and then you will get a recite with destination and price, and also a telephone number you can call if you have any complaints and the number of the car. This late it was 8800 pesos to Platypus from the terminal.

Mode: TO
Type: Bus

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Sep 17, 2007
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